By Harry Allison
So, Sam Bradford, why don’t you compare how you feel physically today as opposed to 12 months ago, when you couldn’t practice because you were rehabbing from your second left ACL?.
“It’s night and day compared to last year,” Bradford said yesterday. “Obviously, last year, at this point, it was still really rehab focused. It was about getting my knee to a place where I could go out there and practice and not have to think about it, not have to worry about it. Whereas this year, it’s really more about building strength and then being able to get on the field and do everything — take part in the OTAs and the offseason program.
“It’s been nice from that standpoint to not have any physical limitations and to be able to get out there and get the reps I just wasn’t able to take last year.”