There is a possibility that Rams quarterback Sam Bradford could need ankle surgery at the end of this season. The third year quarterback’s ankle still isn’t 100 percent.
“Obviously to me it’s very frustrating because I thought that by this point this year it would be a non-factor,” Bradford said via Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com. “But I think the greatest thing is it hasn’t caused me to miss any reps. They haven’t cut back anything. I’m able to get through everything in practice. We just have to figure out the best way to manage it during the year, and I’m sure it will be different once we start playing games.”
Bradford has been plagued by injuries dating back to his playing days at the University of Oklahoma. Playing a full year this season will be a task for Bradford as his ankle will never be at 100 percent. Bradford missed 10 games last season with a high ankle sprain.