As reported by ESPN's Nick Wagoner, Sam Bradford practiced on Friday and Saturday. This is the first time that Bradford has practiced on consecutive days since his injury in 2013. Bradford was reportedly extremely excited to practice, enough so that Jeff Fisher has to watch the quarterback carefully and throttle down the amount of throws he's taking. Bradford is coming of a 2013 season in which he only played seven games, but he still managed to acquire 14 touchdowns and only four interceptions.
The Rams have slowly but surely been building a very solid team. With talent such as Tavon Austin and Zac Stacy slowly emerging, there is a massive amount of potential in the Rams offense. For the first time in his career, Bradford may have a productive running game backing up his offense. Even with this, though, the St. Louis quarterback should only be drafted as a capable backup with potential.