St. Louis Rams QB Sam Bradford was only able to last for 7 games this season before he was knocked out for the season. He tore his ACL and has a long process in order to get back onto the football field. Things are going well and he believes that he will be available for training camp:
“Barring any major setbacks, I feel very confident for camp,” Bradford told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. “From everything that [head athletic trainer Reggie Scott] told me, he feels like that’s an attainable goal. He feels really good with where we’re at right now, and the progress that we’ve made in these first eight weeks. I think as long as we continue on this track, I’m confident that will be a reasonable thing.”
With Bradford out for the season, Kellen Clemens stepped in as the starter for the team. Bradford will be entering his 5th season as a Ram. He has a couple more seasons on his contract, but he will be asked to produce now.