Post-Draft Outlook:COULD SURPRISE: CB Bradley Fletcher has size, speed and toughness, and could come in and compete immediately for a spot in the cornerback rotation or in the nickel defense. A closer look at the Rams' picks: Round 3/66 -- Bradley Fletcher, CB, 6-1, 196, Iowa...Rams believe he will be a good press-type corner because of his size and "length." Is considered tough, will play the run and contribute on special teams. Might also see some time at safety. - by The Sports Xchange
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Draft Scout Bradley Fletcher News
11/27/13 - CB Bradley Fletcher, who missed the last two games with a pectoral injury, practiced fully Wednesday and is expected to start Sunday against the Cardinals.
11/20/13 - CB Bradley Fletcher, who has missed the last two games because of a pectoral injury, was back at practice Tuesday and hopes to play against Arizona after the bye.
11/18/13 - CB Bradley Fletcher missed his second straight game with a pectoral injury. Roc Carmichael replaced him in the starting lineup.
11/15/13 - CB Bradley Fletcher, who missed Sunday's game with a pectoral injury, was full in practice Friday but is still listed as questionable to face the Redskins.
11/13/13 - CB Bradley Fletcher, who missed Sunday's game with a pectoral injury, was a limited practice participant Wednesday. His status for the Washington game is uncertain.