St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher says Sam Bradford was in ‘significant pain’

Oct 20, 2013; Charlotte, NC, USA; St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford (8) runs on a play where he is injured in the fourth quarter. The Carolina Panthers defeated the St. Louis Rams 30-15 at Bank of America Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

Things are not looking good for St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford, who was hurt during the game Sunday afternoon against the Carolina Panthers.

Bradford, who was running towards the sidelines was taken down by Mike Mitchell, who promptly celebrated the tackle on the sidelines. That didn’t sit well with members of the Rams, who confronted Mitchell as Bradford was rolling around in pain on the sidelines.

After a few moments, Bradford was taken via cart to the locker room and appeared to be relatively distraught.

Rams head coach Jeff Fisher said Bradford was in ‘significant pain’ when he was on the sideline, leading many to believe the injury suffered by Bradford is relatively severe.

“He was in significant pain on the sideline.” – Fisher on Bradford #STLvsCAR

While suggesting what type of injury Bradford may have would be nothing more than speculation, the way he went down and the way he clutched his leg looked very familiar to ligament injuries we’ve seen in the past. That’s not to say Bradford suffered something so devastating, but no matter what, clearly things aren’t looking the brightest for Bradford right now.

Topics: Jeff FIsher, Sam Bradford, St. Louis Rams

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