With the draft three days away and the Rams desperately in need of help at receiver, the team has taken one last look at a trio of wideouts.
Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the team held private workouts over the weekend with Oklahoma State receiver Justin Blackmon (pictured), Notre Dame receiver Michael Floyd, and Baylor receiver Kendall Wright.
The decision to look at Floyd and Wright suggests that the Rams could trade down from No. 6 to get one of them, or that the Rams may be inclined to move back into round one.
To have a clear, certain shot at Blackmon, the Rams would have to trade up to No. 3, since the Vikings are thinking about taking him. The ability to pick up an extra pick or two could be the thing that persuades the Vikings to slide down three spots — especially since at No. 6 they could still get left tackle Matt Kalil, assuming the Browns take running back Trent Richardson and the Bucs take cornerback Morris Claiborne.