According to Adam Schefter, the Rams have already received calls about trading down from their No. 31 overall pick.
Schefter says the potential for a fifth-year option helps bump up the value of picks near the end of the first round.
With not a lot of consensus beyond the first half of the first round, the back end of the draft is expected to be fluid tonight.
The Rams were not able to be as active in free agency because of limited cap space this year, so they could use extra picks to help replenish the roster.
Rams GM Les Snead said earlier this week the team has had discussions about trading back from No. 31, but added, “We have to be prepared to pick at 31.”