Sam Bradford, coach Jeff Fisher says he really, truly is ahead of schedule.
“You’re not gonna hear a head coach say he has a player on his team that’s not ahead of schedule coming off an ACL. Everybody says they’re all ahead of schedule. But he is realistically way ahead of schedule. He’s working hard,” Fisher said of Bradford, via the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Still, a torn ACL is serious business, and when the Rams open their offseason program today, Bradford won’t be able to do everything. Bradford is, however, on pace to be throwing during Organized Team Activities.
“Sam’s in a very good place considering what happened last year,” Fisher said. (ProFootballTalk.com)
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