Dec 30, 2012, Seattle, WA, USA; St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford (8) scrambles out of the pocket against the Seattle Seahawks during the third quarter at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

St. Louis Rams Players Gaining Chemistry With Workouts at Oklahoma Campus


This is a make or break year for the St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford after the team went all out to surrounding Bradford with a number of weapons. As many as eleven Rams players are working out at University of Oklahoma just before training camp, which will only help the young skill position players gain chemistry as they prepare for a breakout season.

Among the players working out at the Oklahoma campus are Tavon Austin, Jared Cook, Sam Bradford, Stedman Bailey, Brian Quick, Isaiah Pead and Chris Givens, according to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun.

Bradford can use this time to get timing down with his new targets — Austin, Cook and Bailey — as well as taking the time to strengthen the relationship he already has with the other weapons that are in attendance for the workouts.

St. Louis is one of the most promising young teams in the league, but Bradford remains a major question.

He hasn’t progressed as well as the team would have liked throughout the first few seasons of his career, but it looks like he is doing everything in his power so that he can take major steps forward this season.

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  • Mike Lutkus

    Rams are sneaky good…

    • Ricardo Palma

      They are not sneaky for those of us who have been closely watching Fisher & Snead build a solid franchise with
      (TAVON) awsome draft picks & freeagent pick ups.After the home opener against the Cards., the rest of the league will take notice.Bring those 49ers & Seahawks on……..

      BRING IT !

  • Beer O’Clock

    Re the comment: “Bradford hasn’t progressed as well as the team would have liked”

    I can’t believe I read this. The team you refer to has given him a poor offensive line and only Danny Amendola as a legitimate target. Amendola has been hurt more than his fair share during Bradford’s tenure.

    The “team” has had three different offensive coordinators in Bradford’s first three years.

    Finally, the “team” gets it and is shoring up it’s offensive line and getting Bradford some targets to throw to.

    • Ricardo Palma

      I agree BOC. Sam has (practically) been blidfolded &
      handcuffed by the previous
      regime (FO) .Thanks to Snead & Fisher, the Rams have been
      competative again(exept that Pats game in England).What
      a terrific job those two guys
      have done. I will continue to
      trust/back all their moves.
      Someone please bust my
      bubble cause I think we can
      win (about) 12 games this yr.

  • Richard E. Sandoval

    Really? Not progressed? You must have been asleep for 3 seasons. Comon, Rip-your-Vans while eating a Twinkie, Wake up or start a new profession?

  • blackbart

    This is not a make or break year and the team is not unhappy with Bradford’s progress.You are as bad as the national media making stuff up to sell advertising.

    • Calvin G Suddeath

      thank you.I agree 100%

  • Alfonso Rivas

    Before we start passing judgement on Bradford we should wait and see what he does now with a supporting cast. I think he will have a breakout year and because of that either the 49ers or the seahawks will not be in the playoffs this year.

  • TheSyndicateProject

    GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Rams!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Ioelu Atuatasi

    Hopefully we get the respect that we deserve this season. Not sure how we are not considered a threat in our division after we only lost 1 game in our division. Nobody on our team went to the pro bowl after we tied the record for the most sacks in the league. I know we are going to have the Niners number again this year and pretty sure we’ll get a handle on the Seahawks. Mark my words, we’re coming out of the NFC West as Champs…Go Rams!