Oklahoma’s Sam Bradford is showing some pretty good savvy this weekend at the NFL Combine in Indy, as so far he’s decided to be coy about what teams he’s talked to about being on their roster in the 2010 season. “I don’t think that needs to be out there,” said Bradford.
You can be the St.Louis Rams, sitting with the number one pick, is one team that talked to Bradford. They are going to look at a QB, and last week one report said there is no doubt that they will take a QB with the first pick, and they are very interested in the Oklahoma QB.
There are plenty of teams that seem to like Bradford in the top 10, and if the Rams take a pass on him, he won’t fall too far down the list. Rams general manager Billy Devaney said Friday that he has not decided what to do with the first pick in April’s draft. Devaney contradicted reports Friday that the Rams have settled on Bradford with the No. 1 pick.