NFL Draft 2010: 5 Reasons the St. Louis Rams Drafted Sam Bradford No. 1

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NFL Draft 2010: 5 Reasons the St. Louis Rams Drafted Sam Bradford No. 1

St. Louis Rams: Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma

Bradford played college football for the Oklahoma Sooners. In 2008, as a redshirt sophomore, Bradford became the second sophomore to win a Heisman Trophy. Bradford also holds the NCAA record for touchdown passes by a freshman, with 36. He is Oklahoma's all-time passing leader.

In the Sooners' first game of the 2009 season, Bradford suffered a 3rd degree AC joint sprain. Bradford came back from that and played well but re-injured his right shoulder on October 17, 2009. He then underwent season-ending shoulder surgery.

The Rams have 10 picks and need help at quarterback, wide receiver, defensive tackle, linebacker, and defensive end.

Here is why Bradford was picked by the Rams.

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