EARTH CITY, Mo. --Sam Bradford was back in front of reporters and television cameras at Rams Park on Wednesday for the first time since suffering a season-ending knee injury at Carolina.
But the quarterback has been around his teammates plenty in the week and a half since, basically doing whatever possible while also preparing for his upcoming surgery.
"Someone asked like, 'Why are you still here?' and it's like 'What else am I going to do?' Football is all I have," Bradford said. "If I weren't up here helping out, watching film, I have no idea what I'd do. It sure as anything beats sitting at home watching TV, listening to music. So I'll be up here until they kick me out."
The 25-year-old, who has two more seasons remaining on the six-year contract he signed after being selected No. 1 overall in the 2010 Draft, said Wednesday that the surgery to repair his torn ACL will be performed by Dr. James Andrews on Tuesday. Andrews also performed the surgery to repair the AC joint in B...