For anyone that was worried about Sam Bradford's status for the season-opener, rest at ease. Rams coach Jeff Fisher said the former No. 1 overall pick will be ready to go.
Appearing on the NFL Network, Fisher said there is "no doubt whatsoever" that Bradford will be ready for St. Louis' first game against the Vikings.
In seven games a year ago, Bradford had 1,687 yards, 14 touchdowns and four interceptions. He was arguably playing some of his best football, making his injury that much more frustrating for the organization.
"We projected his numbers out had he stayed healthy last year," Fisher told the NFL Network. "They would have been quite impressive, and who knows what would have happened down the stretch."
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