Sam Bradford leaves game with leg injury

Limped off the field. Jason Butt

Print This August 23, 2014, 08:30 PM EST

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UPDATE: The Rams announced that Bradford has a knee injury and is out for the remainder of the game.


The Rams will hope for the best with what could be a serious situation.

Quarterback Sam Bradford exited Saturday's preseason game against the Browns with a left leg injury, with the chance that it could be related to his knee. Bradford tore his left ACL a season ago.

Bradford limped off the field under his own power and was assisted by trainers to the locker room. Backup quarterback Shaun Hill replaced him on the field.

Bradford has dealt with injuries throughout his NFL career. Though it didn't have the look of a serious injury, this will still be a concern until further evaluation is done. A former first overall pick, Bradford has two years remaining on his current contract.

He had completed four of his nine passing attempts for 77 yards before leaving the game.

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