49ers RB Marcus Lattimore said he's "ready" to compete for playing time.
Lattimore hasn't played since sustaining a gruesome right knee injury at the end of the 2012 season while at South Carolina. He's expected to be a full participant in the entire offseason program and legitimately battle for snaps come training camp. Lattimore's progress will be worth watching closely as he flashed serious first-round talent when 100 percent. He'll start off behind Frank Gore and Kendall Hunter on the depth chart.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports the Rams are "strongly considering" drafting a quarterback in May.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
The Rams used one of their 30 team-facility visits on Pittsburgh's Tom Savage, and sent QBs coach Frank Cignetti to the Georgia Pro Day, where Aaron Murray worked out. They've also shown interest in SMU's Garrett Gilbert and South Carolina's Connor Shaw. Beat writer Jim Thomas believes the Rams will draft a middle-round signal caller. "I don't think there's any question the Rams are taking a quarterback," added Gil Brandt. "(GM) Les Snead has been around looking at those guys."
The Cleveland Plain Dealer suggests the Browns could target Kirk Cousins in a draft-day trade.
Cleveland Plain Dealer
"It's all on the table and it should be an exciting three days. It might even include trade discussions for Kirk Cousins," writes beat reporter Mary Kay Cabot. The Browns have ten picks in the upcoming draft, while the Redskins are without a first-rounder and may be looking for additional selections in what is widely considered the deepest draft in recent memory. The Redskins are reportedly seeking a second-round pick for Cousins. That's not going to happen. We bet they'd take a third-rounder.