The Post-Dispatch does not expect the Rams to go after a running back in free agency even if Steven Jackson signs elsewhere.
The Rams don't have a lot of money to play with under the cap and appear somewhat content with their current stable. "[Isaiah] Pead toward the end of the year, Daryl [Richardson] at the beginning and middle, proved they can play in the league," general manager Les Snead said. The Rams could also add a rookie to the mix via April's draft, in which they have two first-round picks. Barring a surprise re-signing of Jackson, expect a committee to form in 2013.