Former Sooner QB out for year with torn ACL
ST. LOUIS – Former OU Sooner quarterback Sam Bradford won’t be throwing for the St. Louis Rams for the rest of the year; he is out with a torn ACL.
The Associated Press reported Bradford is to have season-ending surgery after he was injured in Sunday night’s loss against the Carolina Panthers.
Bradford landed on his knee tearing the ligament when safety Mike Mitchell pushed him out of bounds in the fourth quarter Sunday night.
This isn’t Sam’s first major injury.
The QB missed six games in 2011 after an ankle sprain.
In 2009 Bradford had season-ending shoulder surgery while at OU.
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