The Los Angeles Rams will have two choices in the fourth round and two in the sixth as the three-day NFL draft concludes Saturday.
The Rams will have their own 12th choice in the fourth round and the 15th choice, which they acquired from Tennessee in the trade in which they acquired the first overall choice. The 15th choice choice originally belonged to the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Rams don’t have a choice in the fifth round because they used it in last year’s supplemental draft on tackle Isaiah Battle.
The Rams have the second choice in the sixth round, acquired from Tennessee, and their own 15th choice.
The Rams traded their choice in the seventh and final round in 2015 to Houston for quarterback Case Keenum, who started five games for the Rams last season when they were based in St. Louis.
Teams have five minutes to make selections in the fourth through sixth rounds and four minutes for the seventh round.
The Rams didn’t have choices in Friday’s second or third rounds because of the trade with Tennessee.
On Friday, the Rams introduced Cal quarterback Jared Goff, who they selected Thursday with the draft’s first choice.
Goff pledged to “be really focused on being the best player I can be, the best teammate I can be, the best leader I can be,” and said it was “really, really cool” to meet past Ram quarterbacks Jim Everett and Vince Ferragamo Friday.
Goff and the team’s other picks in the draft, and the players bypassed in the draft they sign as free agents, will participate in the team’s three-day rookie mini-camp, which begins Friday at the Residence Inn River Ridge in Oxnard.
—City News Service