Sam Bradford Throws At Rams’ OTAs

Sam Bradford‘s rehabilitation from a knee injury last season is moving along quickly, as the quarterback took part in 7-on-7 drills at Rams’ OTAs earlier today, writes Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Bradford also participated in some 11-on-11 drills, specifically the two-minute drill. He was not expected to be involved in the full team drills.

Bradford took the field wearing a knee brace to protect his injury as he continues to rehab, but he looked sharp throwing the football, writes Thomas. He had good velocity on his throws, completing an array of passes including an impressive deep out to Justin Veltung.

He also threw two touchdown passes during the 7-on-7 period, to tight end Jared Cook and wide receiver Austin Pettis, and showed some mobility moving in the pocket.

“Obviously, it’s good having Sam back just for team morale and everything,” said Pettis. “Sam is one of the better players on this team clearly, and he’s a leader out there, especially on the offensive side. So just having him back in the huddle, we’re kind of more in our comfort zone. . .and we’re able to click a little bit better. Him being back, especially as soon as he has, is definitely a positive for everyone.”

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