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With Steven Jackson out of the picture, the majority of the media's focus coming out of OTAs has been centered around Bradford.
With three seasons under his belt, Bradford will be expected to step up his performance and take the Rams offense to the next level.
Since entering the NFL in 2010, this will be Bradford's first time working for the same offensive coordinator two years in a row, which will not only increase his comfort in the offense, but it will also give him an opportunity to focus on other aspects of his game, such as his role as a leader.
In a video interview out of OTAs, Bradford mentioned the benefits of entering the offseason with a familiar playbook.
"It feels so much better knowing the details of this offense and actually having the ability to go over and coach our young guys," said Bradford. "When you're trying to learn an offense for the first time, it's really hard to go over and coach some of the young guys because you're still trying to figure everything out too."
Bradford had a career-best 21 touchdown passes and 3,702 passing yards in 2012, and with multiple weapons added in the offseason and experience in the system, those number are expected to improve this season.
At this point, there's no doubting who's in charge of the team at Rams Park.