UPDATE: Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo told The Associated Press that Bradford’s passing was “pretty good,” noting that a few were off the mark. “But I don’t see him dodging any throws,” Spagnuolo said. “He’s fighting through it right now.”
Rams QB Sam Bradford told NFL Network’s Albert Breer that he was able to make all his throws during Thursday’s practice, one day after he was only able to participate on a limited basis because of a bruised right index finger on his throwing hand.
Team trainers told Bradford he wouldn’t even be back throwing until Thursday, so he’s ahead of schedule following the injury he suffered in last weekend’s season opener against the Eagles.