With the events on Saturday night against the Cleveland Browns that has now left starting quarterback Sam Bradford out for the season with a torn ACL, the St. Louis Rams are in a tough spot, to say the least. This has led many to wonder whether or not head coach Jeff Fisher will explore veteran options that could be available right now, including possible trade options.
And he will do exactly that.
In speaking to the media on Sunday night about the Bradford injury, Fisher did admit to those in attendance that he and his staff will get together and weigh the options that have out there.
#Rams coach Jeff Fisher says staff will get together and evaluate the QBs out there, who is released and who has trade value. Not there yet
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 24, 2014
Of course, the hot name out there that many believe the Rams will make a run at is Philadelphia Eagles backup Mark Sanchez. Given his past relationship with Brian Schottenheimer in New York, plus how impressive he has been with the Eagles this preseason, it seems like a perfect scenario and one that could be a quick fix.
Whether or not Sanchez will be brought in remains to be seen, but for now, Fisher has stated that the team will rally behind backup Shaun Hill.