LONDON (AP) Things are moving quickly for Sam Bradford and the St. Louis Rams as they deal with a change of continents and time zones.
Now their bodies just have to catch up in time for the annual NFL game in London on Sunday against the New England Patriots.
The Rams (3-4) arrived at Heathrow airport early Tuesday morning, and a few hours later they were on a wet field in Regent's Park in central London doing drills with local school children to show off the American version of football.
Not much time for resting up so far for the NFL's latest ambassadors to Europe.
"I can hardly believe we're here in London," Bradford said between drills. "Probably less than 12 hours ago we were back in St. Louis in a team meeting. ... I think everyone was a little bit tired on the bus ride here, but that's why we got here so early in the week so that we could acclimate ourselves to the jet lag and get accustomed to the time difference. So hopefully by Sunday it'll be a non-factor."
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