Les Snead: 'St Louis Rams keen to make most of Draft'

St Louis Rams general manager Les Snead says that the team will be keen to make the most of having four picks in the first three rounds of this year's Draft.

Les Snead has said that the St Louis Rams will be looking to make the most of their picks in this year's Draft.

As part of the deal that allowed the Washington Redskins to secure Robert Griffin III with the second pick of the 2012 Draft, the NFC West side will have two first-round picks this year, including the second overall.

The general manager told NFL Network: "It's a nice piece of real estate at two, 13, 44, 75. So I think this week is part of the process of preparing to make the best out of those picks.

"I think as you've seen in that division, one thing you better be able to do is play defense. Play tough defense. That's something you gotta feel, that's stopping the run, that's harassing the [quarterback]."

Snead has previously played down the possibility of the Rams using a high pick on a quarterback, stating that Sam Bradford will remain as the team's starter.

Sam Bradford of the St. Louis Rams celebrates a second quarter touchdown pass against the Houston Texans at Reliant Stadium on October 13, 2013
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