Sam Bradford is a decent NFL starter but hasn’t lived up the contract of a former first overall pick (pre-rookie cap), so it’s no surprise that Bradford would rather wait a year or two before discussing a new deal, however the Rams front office appears confident enough in Bradford that they apparently won’t be looking to go another direction and wouldn’t be opposed to talks of an extension.
“We have decided that Sam Bradford is our guy. If they came to us and wanted to do a contract extension right now, we’d do it in a minute,” Demoff told Silver.
Bradford’s deal doesn’t run out until 2015. He’s due $27 million over the next two seasons, which is a lot of money for a mid-level starter.-NFL.com
A lot can change by the time Bradford’s contract expires but it sounds like the Rams have plenty of confidence in him.