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The Rams ended up getting a total of eight players as a result of their deal with Washington and corresponding trades.

The Rams drafted seven players and have the No. 2 pick this year, largely from the picks received from the Redskins, yet it isn't clear who got the better end of the deal.

The Redskins' move from No. 6 to No. 2 in 2012 costs them the No. 2 pick in 2014, which will belong to the Rams.

Redskins defensive coordinator was the interim head coach of the Rams in 2008 when the controversial guard played for that team.

As the Redskins struggle, and the Rams prepare for a prime-time game Thursday, let's look back at the teams' blockbuster trade.

  • Greg Schimmel
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  • Sep 26, 2013
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The suddenly-tough NFC West might mask the improvements happening under Jeff Fisher in St. Louis.

Offensive linemen were the night's big winners. But there were others, too.

The Redskins are set to fork over a significantly lower 2013 first-round draft pick to the Rams as part of the RGIII trade than it once seemed.