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It’s Official: Rams Slowly Morphing Into New York Giants

PFT has the report:

St. Louis signed cornerback Kevin Dockery and tight end Darcy Johnson Monday, according to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.  Both are former Giants that weren’t tendered as restricted free agents. They will join defensive tackle Fred Robbins as ex-Giants to join the team this offseason.

Now, granted James Butler was one of the worst safety’s in the NFL last year – and he wasn’t much better when he was playing with the Giants.  But between Robbins, Dockery, and Johnson — the Rams should consider the fact that even those these guys are Giant rejects, they are upgrades to their roster.

If only we could work out a great trade for Steven Jackson, this pipeline to St. Louis might actually be worth something to us.

I want to know, who would you be willing to package in a deal for their star RB?


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5 Responses to “It’s Official: Rams Slowly Morphing Into New York Giants”

  1. Júlio César says:

    I`m on board for a trade involving Laurinatis… a young, capable MLB and would be a much cheaper trade than one involving Steven Jackson (who`s a monster, but RB isn`t that much of a need right now)… but Laurinatis was drafter last year and played VERY well as a rookie, so i doubt that the Rams would even discuss a deal like that

  2. Dan says:

    nah, personally i’m not interested in any trades at this point. we ought to take a look at the state of things after the draft and see where we have needs.

    For example, if they draft Derrick Morgan, then maybe you could send osi or kiwi somewhere, but I’d really prefer the Gmen to stay calm till the draft, and i’ll probably feel the same way after.

    As for Steven Jackson, great player, but I don’t think you trade for a RB who has had 1500 carries-best position to draft in the mid rounds.

  3. Jeremy says:

    We give them Osi and Brandon Jacobs. Then they give us a 5th round draft pick

  4. andrew says:

    Steven Jackson would be like the Giants’ Marion Barber — that huge back that is also really shifty, can break tackles, great third down back that can catch out of the backfield. I know I wrote about this before, but between Jacobs, Bradshaw, Jackson — the Giants then have some serious push to be the best 3 headed attack in football again.

    While Spags exploits this NY – STL pipeline, I say NY explores some of their options here.

    OK — is it at all legally possible to trade Sinorice Moss even though he is an RFA? In my mind, and suspend disbelief for a second on the details… but I think we should offer a trio like Sinorice Moss / Danny Ware / Bear Pascoe just to get Jackson while he still has gas left in the tank.

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