Thursday, May 16, 2013
Quick look at Rams' scouting changes
By Mike Sando
The St. Louis Rams have added six and subtracted four in remaking their personnel department heading into their second season with Les Snead as general manager.
The chart lays out the changes in personnel and titles for the scouting department.
National scout Ted Monago is the highest-profile addition. He spent the past 12 years with the Chicago Bears and scouted the southeast.
The Rams have a southeastern flavor. Snead played in the Southeastern Conference, at Auburn, and came to the Rams from the Atlanta Falcons. The Rams have 16 players from the SEC, just above the NFL average. That includes three undrafted rookies from Auburn, 2013 first-round choice Alec Ogletree and 2012 first-rounder Michael Brockers, plus 2013 fifth-rounder Zac Stacy and recent free-agent addition Jared Cook.