NFL Draft: All Mind Games Aside, Sorry Cleveland, Sam’s a Ram

April 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

All the trade talk in the world isn't enough to make Sam Bradford a Cleveland Brown. It would take a monumental trade package that a rebuilding team like Cleveland is in absolutely no position to offer.

Speculation arose when Mike Holmgren made it publicly known he's a big fan of Bradford:

"I like Sam a lot. Yeah, I like him a lot," said Holmgren. "He's a fine player."

At the time, the general consensus was that Jimmy Clausen could be drafted first overall because of Bradford's surgically repaired shoulder status being relatively unknown. His Pro Day this month, however, revealed that he was better than just healthy.

Analyst Gil Brandt stated Bradford's Pro Day was the best he's seen since Troy Aikman's, with Bradford completing 63 of 64 passes—the sole incompletion being a dropped ball.
With such an impressive day relieving many teams of their doubts, it now seems that Bradford is a lock for the No. 1 spot.
But like any good gene...

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