ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Just like his coach, Sam Bradford was happy
with the decision-making in the St. Louis Rams' preseason opener.
The No. 1 overall pick realizes he needs work elsewhere, starting
with the center snap.
Bradford, the 2008 Heisman Trophy winner, played out of the
shotgun formation at Oklahoma. He bobbled a handful of snaps in
Saturday's 28-7 loss to the Vikings, and took full responsibility
Bradford didn't think it would take him long to improve, saying:
"I think I should be able to get that figured out real quick."
Bradford was the backup behind veteran A.J. Feeley in the opener
and is likely to be in the same role in the second preseason game
Saturday at Cleveland, although coach Steve Spagnuolo said the two
shared first-team duties on Monday.
Courtesy: Associated Press