Sam Bradford's first public throwing exhibition since he had season-ending shoulder surgery went off without a snag.
The potential No. 1 NFL draft pick completed all but one of his
five dozen passes during a workout Monday on his college campus in
Bradford went 13 for 13 during a warmup session and then missed
only one of 50 passes in the workout that followed. He completed a
handful of passes 30 yards or longer, including a post pattern that
went more than 50 yards.
General manager Billy Devaney and coach Steve Spagnuolo were
among the contingent sent by the St. Louis Rams, who have the first
pick in next month's draft. Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll,
San Francisco 49ers coach Mike Singletary and Cleveland Browns
president Mike Holmgren also watched.