2010 NFL Combine: Sam Bradford Says Shoulder Is At 85 Percent

February 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Oklahoma quarterback, Sam Bradford hasn't been taking time off to nurse his injury.
Not in the slightest.
Coming into the NFL Combine, his throwing regimen—supervised by Dr. James Andrews—has been as often as every other day with throws ranging from 20 to 40 yards. Asked by a reporter how hard he was throwing, Bradford replied,
"It's 20 to 40 yards and I'm putting as much as I can on them. If you want to improve your arm strength, I've always thought that is the way to do it."
Bradford is also comfortable with teams poking and prodding at the shoulder. His first day at the Combine didn't include media time because he spent over two and a half hours having his shoulder tested in every way doctors knew how.
In addition to Dr. Andrews, Bradford expects team doctors and other independent experts to take a close look at him in the next few weeks.
As of right now, Bradford calls his arm 85 percent after undergoing AC Joint reconstruction.
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