Report: Concern that Sam Bradford re-tore left ACL

Injured knee Saturday night. Jason Butt

Print This August 24, 2014, 03:10 PM EST

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The Rams are reportedly worried that quarterback Sam Bradford might already be out for the 2014 season.

According to ESPN, there is some concern that the former first-overall pick re-tore the surgically repaired ACL in his left knee. He tore this ACL during the 2013 season.

The Rams played the Browns in a preseason game Saturday night and that's when the injury occurred. Bradford limped off the field and walked with trainers to the locker room.

An initial report Saturday night indicated that a first test didn't indicate a torn ACL. However, as more testing has been done, there is a fear that he could be lost once again for the season.

If Bradford is lost for the season, the Rams will likely begin the year with Shaun Hill as their starting quarterback.

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