St. Louis Rams: Five Wide Receivers Who Make Real Sense in the 2015 NFL Draft

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Despite the fact that the St. Louis Rams have completely redeveloped their receiving corps since the arrival of head coach Jeff Fisher in 2012, there’s still a desire on the part of many to further upgrade the group. While Kenny Britt delivered the best statistical performance by a Rams receiver since Torry Holt and Brian Quick was also on pace to do so prior to a season-ending injury, neither of them are necessarily dynamic “true number one” receivers. Even if those two are to be left as the starters, the depth behind them is questionable.

Stedman Bailey has been solid, though spotty, throughout his two-year Rams career, and he’s a pretty good third receiver and rotational option. But Tavon Austin has struggled significantly when playing a traditional receiver position, and there’s a chance that he’ll never be anything more than a gadget player from scrimmage. Former starter and now fifth-stringer Chris Givens was extremely quiet for almost all of last season until scoring a big touchdown against the New York Giants in the home finale. With Givens’ regression and inconsistency, it’s debatable whether he’ll stick with the Rams this season. Either way, it’s reasonable to suggest that the Rams may be interested in providing some competition for the above-mentioned group this summer.

Some have talked about the Rams selecting a receiver with their first pick at number 10 overall. It’s questionable whether that’s a real possibility, but here are five receivers who could be solid fits for the Rams at various points during the draft.

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