Bradford Out For Second Season In A Row

For the second year in a row, the St. Louis Rams have lost their star Quarterback Sam Bradford.

In the game on Saturday, Aug. 23 against the Cleveland Browns, Bradford took a hard hit from Cleveland’s defensive lineman, Armonty Bryan. The 26 year old lied on the field holding his left knee. Bradford was out for the rest of the game.

“I believe a lot could have happened to prevent this from happening, but now he’s injured and out,” Keith Smith (10) said .

On Sunday, Aug. 24, Bradford underwent a screening showing that the ACL was once again torn. It has been confirmed that Bradford will be out for the rest of the season.

“The seasons over, the Rams have no hope left for them” Jacob Jones (11) strongly said.

The Rams have two replacements that they are looking into: Shaun Hill, a 13 year veteran, or Austin Davis a second year pro. Both are willing to take Bradford’s place as Quarterback.

“I think we’ll win more games with someone new in there now,” Emily Davidson (10) said .