Top 30 Draft Selections in St. Louis Rams History

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28. Travis Fisher, CB, Round 2, Pick 64 Overall, 2002

Travis Fisher wasn’t quite a star during his five seasons with the St. Louis Rams, but he was a steady starter during the tail end of the team’s success in the early 2000s. Fisher was particularly impactful during the 2003 season, during which he started 15 games, recorded 61 total tackles, defended a career-high 11 passes, and picked off four passes for a league-leading total of 205 yards, including 74-yard and 57-yard touchdowns.

Other than Todd Lyght, who started from the time the Rams arrived in 1995 through the end of the 2000 season, Fisher spent more seasons as a primary starter at cornerback than any other player in the team’s history. While he may not have consistently provided the playmaking impact that a player such as Dre Bly or Janoris Jenkins could, he was a long-term dependable starter and definitely provided the necessary value to justify his second-round selection.

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