No NFL quarterback suffered a bigger sophomore slump last season than Bradford, who had guided St. Louis to a 7-9 record as a rookie in 2010. The Rams were decimated by injuries, and Bradford never clicked in offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels’ new system. Bradford, who missed the final three games because of an ankle injury, has a new coordinator in Brian Schottenheimer. He also has a better supporting cast with the Rams adding a top-notch veteran center (Scott Wells) and two rookie skill-position players (wide receiver Brian Quick and running back Isaiah Pead) in the second round. Bradford received a strong endorsement this offseason from Rams head coach Jeff Fisher, who resisted the temptation to select Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III with the draft’s No. 2 overall pick. - Alex Marvez
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