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Sam Bradford Leads Informal St. Louis Rams Practices, Rescues Kitten Informally From Tree

If Sam Bradford weren't so seemingly unaware of his incredible power to make football fans feel content and at ease I might be suspicious of it—during the NFL Lockout he's kept his name and the St. Louis Rams' in print by leading some informal practices, most recently at Lindenwood University.

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Bradford compounded his dreaminess on this particular practice by claiming that the post-Shurmur offense being employed by Josh McDaniels would be more "explosive," which is the last thing anybody but Danny Amendola's agent would have said about the Rams offense as it was constituted in 2010, before the Cleveland Browns did fans of the forward pass a favor by demoting Shurmur to head coach. 

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It's easy to get too optimistic about Bradford, who's likely to see some bumps along the road to being the greatest, dreamiest, most wonderfulest quarterback in the history of professional football. And it's easy because he makes it so easy. Just once I'd like to see some neutral news about him—I'm not even looking for "Sam Bradford discharges a firearm at a club," just "Sam Bradford goes to a club, doesn't save anybody's life." 

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