According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Saint Louis Rams will most likely not have quarterback Sam Bradford signed before next week’s upcoming National Football League Draft.
The move show’s why they are a disaster of a franchise.
Three out of the previous first overall picks were signed to contracts before the Draft ever took place and the two of those teams that did this have since turn around their franchise, who were the Miami Dolphins and Houston Texans, while the other one, the Oakland Raiders, that didn’t is still a disaster.
The reason being that it is such a smart move is due to the fact that it can drive down the overall contract that the first overall pick would be signed if the Rams were to negotiate with multiple players at once.
In the end, the Rams have a long ways to go to get back to their glory days.
Good night and good luck.