After the NFL announced the 32 compensatory picks it was handing out to 13 teams on Monday, the 2014 draft order is finally set.
The St. Louis Rams picked up three more picks from the compensatory process, leaving them with an even dozen for this year. Here's the full breakdown by round:
Nos. 1 and 13 overall (first round)
No. 44 overall (second round)
No. 75 overall (third round)
No. 110 overall (fourth round)
No. 153 overall (fifth round)
Nos. 188 and 214 overall (sixth round)
Nos. 226, 241, 249 and 250 overall (seventh round)
Since compensatory picks cannot be traded, the Rams can deal any picks except Nos. 214, 249 and 250.
The complete draft order can be found here.
A roundup of Monday's Rams stories appearing on ESPN.com. ... We kicked off the Ram-blings by setting the table for the upcoming week's activities at the owners meetings in Orlando. ... Next, we explored why quarterback Mark Sanchez might or might not make sense as a backup option for the Rams. ... Next, we looked at the off the radar signing of cornerback/punt returner Greg Reid. ... Finally, we looked at the three compensatory picks the Rams gained from the NFL to bring their total for 2014 to 12.
The news on the Rams' adding Reid to the mix.
ESPN senior analyst Chris Mortenson writes that Sanchez is likely to land in Philadelphia.
ESPN NFL Insider Field Yates lists Rams' backup quarterback target Shaun Hill as one of the top remaining free agents in this Insider piece.
At stltoday.com, Bernie Miklasz explores the Sanchez possibility.
Stlouisrams.com takes a look at the options the Rams have explored in free agency so far.