ST. CHARLES, Mo. (AP) - Rookie quarterback Sam Bradford is
making a fine first impression with the St. Louis Rams.
In a controlled scrimmage Saturday night at Lindenwood
University, before approximately 8,000 fans, the No. 1 overall pick
directed the second team offense and unofficially went 7-for-9 for
94 yards and a touchdown in the live portion of the scrimmage. His
two incompletions were drops.
Bradford and the other quarterbacks all wore red jerseys and
were not allowed to be hit. The defensive schemes also appeared to
be vanilla, and the Rams were missing several defensive backs due