Sam Bradford Has New Target As St. Louis Rams Trade For Mark Clayton

September 6, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The St. Louis Rams have acquired wide receiver Mark Clayton from the Baltimore Ravens today in a trade, shortly after the Ravens signed the recently-released T.J. Houshmenzadeh.
The Ravens have loaded up on offensive weapons this offseason, adding Pro Bowl wide receiver Anquan Boldin through a trade.
Additionally, they decided to take a chance on another wide receiver in Donte Stallworth, who was recently released from jail. The Ravens continued to bolster their offense by signing Houshmenzadeh, as well as adding rookie tight ends Dennis Pitta and Ed Dickson via the NFL Draft, to eventually take over Todd Heap's role.
Someone had to leave, and thankfully for the Rams they were able to trade for Clayton, in return for an undisclosed draft pick.
Clayton is entering his sixth season in the National Football League, and although he's never caught 70 passes in a season, he's a consistent and reliable target, which will be a great benefit to the young rookie quarterback S...

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