Devaney says Rams are open to options

With QBs Colt McCoy and Jimmy Clausen still on the board, the Rams hold a valuable pick at No. 33. (Ben Liebenberg /

The Rams will be first on the clock at the 2010 NFL Draft for the second day in a row. That’s the intrigue of the new three-day format, as teams have 24 hours between the first two rounds to make trade calls and adjust their draft boards.

While the Rams prepare to make their second pick Friday, it’s no surprise to see the report that Rams general manager Billy Devaney declared “everything’s on the table at this point” regarding the 33rd overall selection, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

With a number of highly rated players, including QBs Jimmy Clausen and Colt McCoy, still on the board, it’s very likely the Rams began fielding calls last night about the 33rd pick.

“Let’s face it: There’s a lot more interest generated in 24 hours than when you have 15 minutes,” coach Steve Spagnuolo said.

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