It is hard not to feel just plain awful for the Rams quarterback Sam Bradford after hearing news that he will miss the entire season with a torn left knee ACL, as reported by Chris Mortensen. The left ACL is the same one he tore last time, and the latest injury came during Saturday night’s preseason game against the Browns. Shaun Hill is slated to be the Rams starting quarterback moving forward.
Bradford has played in only 49 of a 80 possible games in his career, and back-to-back ACL tears are definitely not an ideal scenario for helping that statistic.
Rams QB Sam Bradford is out for season after MRI shows he did tear left knee ACL, per sources. Rams will announce later today. @ESPNNFL
— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) August 24, 2014
#Rams QB Sam Bradford signed his deal before the current #NFL rookie wage scale. He received a 6 year $78M deal with $50M guaranteed
— Robert Raiola, CPA (@SportsTaxMan) August 24, 2014
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