There has been much speculation that St. Louis Rams QB Sam Bradford could be on the trading block. That speculation was only fueled by the CBS Sports report that Bradford’s agent was given permission to seek a trade. St. Louis GM Les Snead however, refuted those reports here at the NFL combine.
“Deleting him is not our answer. I don’t know that that solves our riddle,” said Snead of Bradford. “He’s a good player. If some team was interested I certainly don’t blame them. But I’ll stick to what I said earlier, deleting him is not the answer. I think the answer is providing insurance in case we do go through more bad luck. Let’s rehab (Bradford). Let’s see if he can reach his potential. But let’s do insure the position.”
Snead confirmed that he intends to add to the position so there’s capable talent to compete and if necessary replace Bradford in the lineup for the Rams should he succumb to injury a third year in a row.
Sam Bradford has permission to seek a trade. Finding compensation to Rams’ liking will be difficult. But his agent can speak to other teams
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) February 18, 2015
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