Top Stories What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away St. Louis RamsRound 1: The St. Louis Rams traded the sixth pickto the Dallas Cowboys and received the 14th overall pickin return, in addition to the Cowboys second roundselection.In what was new head coach Jeff Fisher’s first selectionas part of the Rams contingent, the Rams used the 14thpick on defensive tackle Michael Brockers from LSU.Brockers is a solid, albeit not flashy addition. He’slikely to solidify a defense that desperately needed to beshored up. Still to come: The Rams now possess three of thefirst 13 picks in the second round of the draft, includingthe first pick of the day Friday. St. Louis also holds athird, fourth, sixth and two seventh round selections.Seattle SeahawksRound 1: Seattle also decided to trade down in thefirst round in an effort to add more picks for laterrounds. The Seahawks struck a deal with the PhiladelphiaEagles, who were coveting defensive tackle Fletcher Cox.In return for trading the 12th pick to the Eagles, theSeahawks received the 15th, 114th (4th round) and 172nd(6th round) picks in the draft. With the 15th overall selection, the Seahawks drafteddefensive end Bruce Irvin from West Virginia to helpbolster their pass rush defense. D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Still to come: The Seahawks are penciled in withthe 43rd pick in the second round, in addition to theirnewly acquired fourth and sixth round picks fromPhiladelphia. Seattle also holds one third, two fourth andsixth round picks, along with one seventh round selection.San Francisco 49ersRound 1: Unlike their division foes, San Franciscodid not make a deal to move up the draft boards. Instead,the 49ers surprised some by using their 30th pick onIllinois wide receiver A.J. Jenkins. The Niners believehis speed could light up opposing teams’ defenses. Still to come: The 49ers still hold a plethora ofpicks, including the 61st selection in the second roundalong with a pick in the third, fourth, fifth, sixth andseventh round, respectively. Comments Share The Arizona Cardinals drafted talented wideout MichaelFloyd from Notre Dame with the 13th overall pick in thefirst round of the NFL Draft. While Arizona’s selection ofFloyd has been widely lauded, let’s take a look at wherethe Cardinals divisional rivals stand after Day One of thedraft and what’s still to come for the NFC West.Trades were plentiful in Day One of the draft, and the NFCWest was particularly active.