Sam Bradford and St. Louis: Will he stay or will he go?
ST. LOUIS – As a former Sooner continues to heal from an injury that sidelined him much of the season, the NFL is buzzing about whether he will actually stay with his team.
Former Sooner and Heisman trophy winner Sam Bradford was drafted to the St. Louis Rams after graduating from the University of Oklahoma.
Last year, he was on his way to having his best NFL season when he tore his ACL in week 7.
In the games before his injury, he threw 14 touchdowns with a 60 completion percentage.
In fact, his quarterback rating was listed at a 90.9, which was ahead of Cam Newton, Tom Brady and Andrew Luck.
Now, the Rams have two years and $27 million left on Bradford’s contract.
Some people are speculating they will extend him to save money or they could cut Sam Bradford and have more money to draft another quarterback.
At this time, the Rams have not given any indication about their plans.
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