Rams training camp is about a month away and QB Sam Bradford expects to be signed and in camp before camp opens. He tells NFL.com at the NFL rookie symposium:
“At this point right now (agent Tom Condon) hasn’t given me any indication that there’s going to be any problems getting a contract done,” Bradford said Tuesday while at the NFL Rookie Symposium. “I expect to be in camp, on time.“
Emphasis mine, but the point is there. Rams executive Kevin Demoff has no history of allowing draft picks to hold out and Sam Bradford’s agent Tom Condon is not an agent that is associated with advising his players to hold out.
There is no indication that Sam Bradford would hold out, but there will still be a sigh of relief from yours truly when he signs because he will need as much work with the team as possible to get up to speed as a rookie quarterback in the NFL.