A day after the Rams made one of their biggest trades, dealing All-Pro guard Kent Hill, defensive end William Fuller and three draft choices to the Houston Oilers for the rights to quarterback Jim Everett, the biggest Ram voiced his displeasure.
"I'm not just concerned," running back Eric Dickerson said Friday, "I'm depressed. I'm not in the best of moods after this.
"Kent Hill was a five-time Pro Bowler," Dickerson said. "This guy (Everett) never played in the USFL or the NFL. They didn't give up that much to get me."
The money it will take to sign Everett, an estimated $2.8 to $3 million for four years, also disturbs Dickerson, especially in light of his past problems with Ram management and the current holdout of wide receiver Henry Ellard.