2010 NFL Combine: Redskins Top Prospect Sam Bradford Not Throwing in Indy

February 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The consensus pick for the Washington Redskins this draft, quarterback prospect Sam Bradford, will attend the NFL Combine but will not participate in throwing drills, according to NFL.com .
The former Oklahoma quarterback sprained his ACL in the first game of the 2009 season and re-injured his shoulder in an October game against Texas. He missed the rest of the season after shoulder surgery.
Bradford's throwing motion is not quite at its best, but his surgeon, the highly regarded Dr. James Andrews, says Bradford's recovery is ahead of schedule.
Former Notre Dame quarterback Jimmy Clausen is recovering from toe surgery and is not ready to throw at the Combine. Like Bradford, he will participate in interviews and medical exams.
Both players will throw at their Pro Days when NFL scouts visit them on campus.
The smart money says that Washington's Mike Shanahan will jump at Bradford, but I'm not so sure. In Daniel Snyder's reign or error, the Redskins have never had...

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