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The first overall selection by the St. Louis Rams in the 2010 NFL Draft, Bradford (6-4, 224) has started 49 career games, throwing for 11,065 yards on 58.6 percent passing with 59 touchdowns and 38 interceptions over his five-year career.

Bradford, 27, was named the 2010 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year by the Associated Press after setting rookie records in completions (354) and attempts (590), while ranking second in league history among rookies in passing yards (3,512). Under the tutelage of former Rams offensive coordinator and current Eagles offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur, Bradford led the Rams to a six-win improvement in his first season in the league and became just the fourth rookie quarterback in NFL history to take all of his team’s snaps over a 16-game season. During a midseason stretch, he set an NFL rookie record with 174 consecutive attempts without an interception.

After sustaining an ACL tear in August of 2014, Bradford was placed on Injured Reserve and missed the entirety of the 2014 season.

A native of Oklahoma City, OK, Bradford started seven games for the Rams in 2013, completing 60.7 percent of his passes for 1,687 yards and 14 touchdowns to just four interceptions before suffering a season-ending knee injury in Week 7 at Car. (10/12/13). He set career highs in passing yards (3,702), touchdown passes (21) and passer rating (82.5) during the 2012 season.

As a sophomore at the University of Oklahoma, Bradford became just the second underclassman in NCAA history to receive the Heisman Trophy as he led the Sooners to the 2009 BCS National Title Game. During his collegiate career, Bradford started 31 games, completing 67.6 percent of his passes for 8,403 yards and 88 touchdowns.
The first overall selection by the St. Louis Rams in the 2010 NFL Draft, Bradford (6-4, 224) has started 49 career games, throwing for 11,065 yards on 58.6 percent passing with 59 touchdowns and 38 interceptions over his five-year career.

Bradford, 27, was named the 2010 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year by the Associated Press after setting rookie records in completions (354) and attempts (590), while ranking second in league history among rookies in passing yards (3,512). Under the tutelage of former Rams offensive coordinator and current Eagles offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur, Bradford led the Rams to a six-win improvement in his first season in the league and became just the fourth rookie quarterback in NFL history to take all of his team’s snaps over a 16-game season. During a midseason stretch, he set an NFL rookie record with 174 consecutive attempts without an interception.

After sustaining an ACL tear in August of 2014, Bradford was placed on Injured Reserve and missed the entirety of the 2014 season.

A native of Oklahoma City, OK, Bradford started seven games for the Rams in 2013, completing 60.7 percent of his passes for 1,687 yards and 14 touchdowns to just four interceptions before suffering a season-ending knee injury in Week 7 at Car. (10/12/13). He set career highs in passing yards (3,702), touchdown passes (21) and passer rating (82.5) during the 2012 season.

As a sophomore at the University of Oklahoma, Bradford became just the second underclassman in NCAA history to receive the Heisman Trophy as he led the Sooners to the 2009 BCS National Title Game. During his collegiate career, Bradford started 31 games, completing 67.6 percent of his passes for 8,403 yards and 88 touchdowns.

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