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Redskins-Rams swap 2010 picks in conditional deals

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ASHBURN, Va. (AP)

The Washington Redskins and St. Louis Rams have swapped 2010 draft picks in a pair of trades.

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The Redskins sent sixth-round selection Dennis Morris to the Rams for a conditional, undisclosed draft pick. St. Louis sent fifth-round pick Hall Davis to Washington, also for a conditional, undisclosed pick.

Davis, from Louisiana-Lafayette, was at Redskins Park on Monday. He was listed as a defensive end with the Rams, but he would play linebacker with the Redskins.

Washington coach Mike Shanahan said he will look at Davis over the next few days before final cuts are made Saturday.

Morris, from Louisiana Tech, worked at tight end and fullback for the Redskins in training camp. Shanahan said Morris wasn't going to make the 53-man roster.

Tagged: Rams, Redskins, Dennis Morris, Hall Davis

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