Bradford trying to erase doubts
- Quarterback Sam Bradford's scripted passing session will begin at noon ET inside the Everest Indoor Training Center, which is adjacent to Memorial Stadium in Norman, Okla. This is important because it is the first time that NFL scouts and coaches will be able to watch the 2008 Heisman Trophy winner throw since his shoulder surgery this past October. Only so much can be gained from a quarterback throwing without pads and against no defenders. Still, representatives from several teams will be on hand to witness Bradford's progress. He has been working out with well-known quarterbacks coach Terry Shea and reportedly has showed improved arm strength and put better velocity on his passes since he's bulked up to 236 pounds. Plus, it is important to note that we are hearing from a member of Bradford's camp that the St. Louis Rams have cleared him medically.
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