By Michael Beller
August 09, 2013
After throwing for 3,702 yards in 2012, Sam Bradford has been given a handful of new weapons.
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If there's one area where the team got worse on defense, it's in the secondary, particularly at safety. Last year's starters Craig Dahl and Quentin Mikell both left town during the offseason, leaving Darian Stewart and rookie T.J. McDonald to take over. In a division that puts the onus on smart, strong safety play to defend Colin Kaepernick and Russell Wilson, the Rams could be in some trouble.

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