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Jay Glazer Reports Redskins, Rams Agree To Trade For #2 Pick, Washington Will Draft Robert Griffin III

Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer has reported via Twitter that the St. Louis Rams have agreed to trade the 2nd pick in this year’s NFL draft to the Washington Redskins for the Redskins’ first round pick this year along with two future first round picks and additional picks.

It is widely believed that the Redskins are targeting Baylor’s sensational quarterback and reigning Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III.

The Cleveland Browns had reportedly been in talks with the Rams as well, so it appears fans in Cleveland might have to wait at least another year to land a superstar franchise quarterback.

Glazer’s story will appear on shortly, so in the meantime here is the scoop via Twitter:

Jay Glazer Tweet

The price seems pretty steep, but as we’ve learned, you’re not going anywhere without a star under center (or out of the shotgun, as it may turn out with Griffin).  The NFC East will be exciting next year, if nothing else.

As soon as the official story is up on Fox Sports, we will have the link.  Also check back for more analysis on how this trade affects the draft for teams besides the Redskins and Rams.


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Keith is an Ohio-based sports and pop culture junkie who began writing for MSF in June 2011. His ramblings about sports, music, movies and books can be further enjoyed by following him on Twitter @keithmullett.

In addition to his work for MSF, Keith operates a blog called Commercial Grade, in which he critiques television commercials from the perspective of the average viewer.


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