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ST. LOUIS (AP) - Sam Bradford knows how well he's feeling. The St. Louis Rams quarterback doesn't care what anybody else thinks about his surgically repaired left knee, or a career that's yet to take off.
The team concluded workouts on Thursday and Bradford headed for home in Oklahoma City, confident he'll be back as good as ever when training camp begins in late July.
Bradford was the first overall pick in 2010 but has yet to be a difference-maker for a franchise that won seven games each of coach Jeff Fisher's first two seasons. He firmly believes the Rams are poised to be a contender.
Bradford has been eased back into the mix during OTAs. He's logged long hours at Rams Park since getting hurt in Week 7 last season.