St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford suffered a torn ACL that kept him out of last season beyond October, and he is reportedly still recovering from the injury.
The St. Louis Rams suffered a major blow to their 2013 season when quarterback Sam Bradford went down with a torn ACL. The 2010 first overall pick was on track to have the best season of his career as he threw 14 touchdowns against four interceptions with a 90.9 rating.
His injury and inability to live up to high expectations has caused rumors to float that he would be traded or that the Rams would draft a quarterback in the first round.
Bradford is reportedly not 100 percent healed from his injury, but he is expected to be ready for Week 1.
Head coach Jeff Fisher still believes in his signal caller. Bradford still has a lot to prove with two years remaining on his rookie contract, but the Rams have had fantastic drafts the past couple of off seasons, and they have supplied Bradford with more weapons.
The Rams managed a 7-9 record with Kellen Clemens as their starter in a competitive NFC West, so Bradford will be counted on to make the Rams a winning team.