Rams QB Sam Bradford has missed 15 games due to injuries in his 4 year NFL career. A torn ACL he suffered in 2013 caused him to miss 9 games.
Rams starting QB Sam Bradford suffered a torn ACL against the Cleveland Browns in Saturday’s preseason game and will miss the entire NFL season, according to NFL.com.
Bradford had just finished recovering from an ACL tear in the same knee that he suffered in 2013 which caused him to miss 9 games, putting his future with the St. Louis Rams in doubt.
“We’re thinking of Sam,” Fisher said. “I met with him this morning. He’s left the building to spend time with his parents, and I really can’t give you any timetable as to when he’s going to have this procedure done.”
The Rams will start the Week 4 preseason game with backup QB Shaun Hill. However, the team is reportedly looking into obtaining another QB.
Sam Bradford was the No. 1 overall pick in 2010 out of Oklahoma. He won Offensive Rookie of the Year after setting NFL rookie passing records for completions, attempts and completion percentage.
Bradford won the Heisman trophy in 2008, beating out defending Heisman trophy winner Tim Tebow and Texas QB Colts McCoy.