The Rams are hopeful Sam Bradford can play Sunday vs. the Cardinals. With such a favorable matchup, fantasy owners should be optimistic as well.
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When St. Louis beat New Orleans this weekend, we were surprised as all of you must have been – besides you hardcore Ram fans; we know you never wavered seeing those glorious throw-backs gracing the turf.
A high ankle sprain looks like it will keep Sam Bradford on the bench for another week, while hurting the value of several of his Rams teammates.
Sam Bradford is uncertain for Sunday’s game against Dallas and his uncertainty will have a ripple fantasy effect on the rest of the Rams offense.
The Rams’ rough Sunday continues to get worse. QB Sam Bradford left the game midway through the fourth quarter against the Eagles with what initially appeared to be a right hand injury.
A.J. Feeley’s elbow and thumb injuries doesn’t appear serious, which should be considered very good new for the Rams.
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This is the first Saturday in a long time that had some football. Who else is ready for this?
Slowly, Rams coach Steve Spagnulo is unveiling his plan for first overall draft choice Sam Bradford.
Judging by the reports out of Rams camp, it might be difficult to keep first overall draft choice Sam Bradford out of the starting role for long.
NFL Network analysts agree that there’s no rush for the Rams to push first overall pick Sam Bradford into the starting role.
In time, Sam Bradford will become the starting quarterback for the St. Louis Rams. How fast that happens depends on his development. So far, there are no signs that the organization is rushing the first overall pick in the 2010 draft.
A.J. Feeley, currently the starting quarterback for the Rams, has a very favorable first impression of top overall draft pick Sam Bradford.
Based off first impressions, Steven Jackson sounds like a big fan of rookie Sam Bradford.
The Rams took the limbo out of Marc Bulger’s future in St. Louis, releasing the veteran quarterback on Monday.