St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford took a spill on Saturday night and had to be carted off the field with a knee injury against the Cleveland Browns.
Bradford was hit high by one Browns defender and low by another, as he fell to the turf grabbing his injured knee.
Initial test results showed no damage to Bradford’s ACL and Rams head coach Jeff Fisher was optimistic that Bradford would be able to make a quick return to the field.
Unfortunately, follow up tests on Sunday are giving the Rams some reason for concern that Bradford has seriously re-injured his ACL in his left knee.
According to ESPN’s Sam Bradford, there is a real concern that Bradford has torn his ACL.
Despite Rams QB Sam Bradford thinking his ACL was intact from initial testing, there is real concern that it is not and it could be torn.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 24, 2014
That would obviously be a devastating blow for Bradford, who missed most of the 2013-14 NFL regular season with a torn ACL in the same knee.