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.