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Unless Rams deal, they will be observers of NFL draft until Day 2, Round 3

LOS ANGELES - Though they are set at quarterback, and without a first-round pick in the NFL draft for the second year in a row, Los Angeles Rams general manager Les Snead, coach Sean McVay and the scouting and personnel staffs will still pay attention Thursday night when the three-day draft begins at AT&T

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