Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford has the potential to go No. 1 to the Rams, but is he worthy of that lofty standing?
Much of the evaluation comes down to how his shoulder checks out. He suffered a shoulder injury in the first game last season, and re-injured it when he returned midway through the year.
The question I’m asking the doctors is, because he injured that shoulder twice in one season, after it’s repaired, will it be any more likely that it will happen again? If the answer’s yes, I’m not touching him.
However, if the answer is 100 percent no, it’s not a problem, then I’m going to let the football and my evaluation of the tape take precedence.
To me he is a franchise quarterback.