Thursday was a day that rocked the NFL as the Tennessee Titans and the newly re-founded Los Angeles Rams partook in a historic trade.
A very costly move for LA will now see them hold the first pick in this year's draft in two weeks time and the rumour mill is already turning to see who will be heading to LA.
While the move seems to guarantee that a quarterback will be taken with the top pick for the second consecutive year, it looks like the Rams have a big choice to make.
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The top two prospects in this year's draft now look set to take centre stage to see who will become the new franchise quarterback of the Rams.
While everyone will have their opinions on who will be the top pick, some sources are reporting that the Rams have already decided who their future quarterback will be.
ESPN is reporting that the Rams are leaning towards former California quarterback Jared Goff to be their new shot caller.
The rumours claim that Goff will go number one overall ahead of former North Dakota State star Carson Went - who may not have to wait long to be drafted.
Despite these rumours, Rams head coach Jeff Fisher is trying to keep the secret to himself.
"two weeks to debate between Goff and Wentz. You can make a convincing case for both. Both are going to be good."
Not good for everyone?
While the high price trade cost the Rams a lot and completely changed the future of the Titans,. it could be nothing but bad news for the Cleveland Browns.
The Browns are facing huge questions at quarterback themselves and were largely tipped to draft a quarterback with the second overall pick.
But with the Rams now leapfrogging them, it looks like the Browns may no longer control their own quarterback fate.