It's all about Sam Bradford at St. Louis Rams training camp as the quarterback enters his third season, but it's no secret the Oklahoma product won't be able to turn around his team's fortunes unless he can remain upright. The offensive line is a major concern in St. Louis, and early training camp injuries to a couple front five stalwarts could soon start to worry first year head coach Jeff Fisher.
Left tackle Rodger Saffold is the man tasked with protecting Bradford's blind side, but he's currently fighting a minor groin pull. The Rams are being cautious so the injury doesn't linger and turn into a season-long problem.
Center Scott Wells also remains sidelined. Wells was signed to play center after a long career with the Green Bay Packers, but he's been unable to gel with his new teammates since training camp started.