St. Louis Rams QB Sam Bradford was forced from St. Louis’ Week 7 game with a left knee injury.
The injury happened in the fourth quarter. Bradford was carted off the field.
Rams coach Jeff Fisher said Bradford was in “significant pain” following his knee injury. It’s quite possible the Rams’ star-crossed quarterback has suffered a season-ending injury. His status will be updated no later than Monday afternoon.
Bradford was shoved from behind as he was running out of bounds, he immediately collapsed in pain, and could put no weight on his left leg. He was helped to a cart and then whisked to the locker room.
Sam Bradford will have X-Ray and then MRI to determine the extent of his left knee injury…. By the look on his face, it’s bad. #stlrams
— Dr. Rick Lehman (@DrRickLehman) October 20, 2013
Kellen Clemens replaced Bradford.
The Rams lost to Carolina 30-15.