For the fourth season in a row, the Los Angeles Rams are going into the NFL Draft without a first-round pick. What is now seemingly the new normal for the franchise, Rams fans will likely have to wait until pick No. 52 to hear their team select a prospect.

While the team hasn’t selected anyone in the first round since they drafted Jared Goff with the No. 1 overall pick in 2016, trading into the first round is always an option. However, Rams general manager Les Snead is not too keen on that option, via Rams Wire.

“I think you try to make calls to get a feel for who may be willing to move. In all honesty, when you’re at 52 (overall), I bet teams that are trying to move out of late first would rather not come back that far, and usually the ammo it takes to move up, could be a little unrealistic or maybe less rational unless you’re just wanting to come away with one player,” Snead said on a conference call.

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The Rams’ original 2020 first-rounder now belongs to the Jacksonville Jaguars after the team traded for superstar cornerback Jalen Ramsey in October. Los Angeles also gave up its 2021 first-rounder as well as a fourth-round pick in 2021.

“Since we’ve been here, we’ve proven that we’ll go get a player and we’ll also move back to acquire more picks in the draft, which ultimately means more players,” Snead said. “So that’s the benefit, you either give up a player on the back end to go get one, or maybe you gain one or two more that you weren’t expecting if you trade back. We’ll try to navigate that as the draft comes to us, because when you’re picking 52, 57, there is an element that you have to allow the draft to come to you a little bit.”