With the Rams winning games with Shaun Hill the team continues to move down the draft board and away from the top quarterbacks in the 2015 NFL Draft.
With one year left on his rookie contract worth $16.6 million the Rams will want Bradford to re-work the deal before choosing to bring him back. After blowing out his ACL in back to back seasons the former Oklahoma standout may realize this is his best chance of starting and succeeding in the NFL.
Bradford is the only Rams QB under contract for 2015. His numbers ($16.6M cap/$13.0M cash) will need working. But the brass wants him back.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) December 11, 2014
Bradford has only twice played the entire 16 game schedule since being drafted in 2010. His best season came in 2012 when he set career highs with 3,702 yards passing and compiled a 21:13 touchdown to interception ratio.