Sam Bradford has had an injury-plagued NFL career.
After tearing his ACL during the 2013 season, he's hoping to finally put all the injuries behind him and be ready to quarterback the St. Louis Rams once again.
Bradford believes he's on pace to be back by training camp after suffering the injury midseason.
“Barring any major setbacks, I feel very confident for camp,” Bradford told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. “From everything that [head athletic trainer Reggie Scott] told me, he feels like that’s an attainable goal. He feels really good with where we’re at right now, and the progress that we’ve made in these first eight weeks. I think as long as we continue on this track, I’m confident that will be a reasonable thing.”
Bradford said there was no other damage done to the knee besides the ACL tear. He also said he has no plans to ever watch the play where he injured his knee on tape.
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