St. Louis Rams’ QB, Sam Bradford, is moving well in OTA's, and appears to be ahead of schedule in recovering from a torn ACL last season.
Bradford Doing More Than Expected in OTA’s: Pro Football Talk
So many NFL players recovering from injuries in recent years have boasted that they’re "ahead of schedule" that it sometimes seems like it’s time to change the schedule. But Rams quarterback Sam Bradford does appear to be ahead of schedule in his recovery from a torn ACL.
Observations from Rams’ Third OTA: ESPN
After a heated practice Thursday, things normalized a bit Friday but there were still some worthwhile notes to come from the practice.
It's the offseason, so the St. Louis Rams will probably get 10 wins and Sam Bradford will finally come into his own. Also, the NFC West is super good. Ready To Bust Loose
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