Robinson already said he would love to play for an organization like the Rams. He feels confident that he could "become another cog in the wheel of the mundane and easily fit into the mold of obscurity."
"I can't wait to be a trivia question ten years from now," Robinson said while on hold with a Mercedes dealership. "I want to follow in the footsteps of great Ram first round draft picks like Alex Barron, Adam Carriker and Robert Thomas....You better believe I want that sunroof and leather. I'll be making first round rookie money."
In between bites of plain yogurt and saltine crackers, the Rams GM fielded reporters' questions in his undecorated, windowless office for about an hour. He covered his plans for the draft, training camp and his expectations for next season.
"We're excited to play football," he said nearly flat-lining as he wiped crust from the corners of his mouth. "We want to win and not lose. An offensive tackle would help us be a football team. Plus we already have an extra jersey with Robinson on the back."
When asked about the possibilities of drafting a quarterback or wide receiver to make the offense more explosive and exciting, Snead blew his nose loudly in a handkerchief. Soon after, he explained how he had to be talked out of using the first round pick on a great place holder from Gateway Technical College in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He eventually excused himself for the day to go home. He needed to fold his socks and wanted to catch a few minutes of C-Span before his strict 7:30 p.m bed time.
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