The St. Louis Rams announced that quarterback Sam Bradford is out for the season after injuring his knee on Sunday. An MRI confirmed that Bradford tore his ACL, and surgery will end his 2013 campaign.
Sam Bradford’s promising season ended prematurely, and if they don’t find a suitable replacement, their playoff hopes will be dashed in a hurry. Currently, Kellen Clemens is the only quarterback on the active roster. According to CBSSportsline.com, the Rams will be looking for quarterback on the free agent market. There are plenty of signal callers that could get the chance to change the fortunes of the Rams.
However, according to Jason La Canfora, Jeff Fisher won’t consider signing Tim Tebow. We already know he doesn’t have an interest in reconnecting with Vince Young on the football field. We will see where the new quarterback search takes him.
Bradford was completing 60 percent of his passes and finished the season with 14 touchdowns and four interceptions. In seven games he also threw for 1687 yards.
Sam Bradford should be back in time for next season, but did the Rams see enough positive plays to make him the face of the future? His injury may be another reason to draft another quarterback in the future draft.