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Report: Rams Willing To Lock Up QB Sam Bradford Now

Ian Rapoport and Mike Silver are reports that the St. Louis Rams are willing to sign QB Sam Bradford to a contract extension right now.

  • Rapoport mentions that the Rams view Bradford as their franchise quarterback, but he is apparently in “no rush” to renegotiate his current deal.
  • Rapoport adds that Bradford may hold off on contract talks until 2015, depending on how he performs this season.

Bradford, 25, still has two years remaining on his rookie contract, which was a six-year deal worth $78 million and included $50 million guaranteed. The Rams will need to pay him base salaries of $14.015 million and $12.985 million over the next two years.

St. Louis currently have $674,080 of cap space to work with, so it would really help them financially to renegotiate Bradford’s contract. We’ll have to see if anything changes in the coming months.

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