St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher is feeling optimistic about Sam Bradford's knee, reports Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
The Rams quarterback hurt his knee after taking a hit from Browns defensive lineman Amonty Bryant during the first quarter of Saturday's game against Cleveland.
“It appeared just to be a hyper-extension of the same knee," said Fisher, in reference to the ACL Bradford tore during the 2013 season. "He was walking around fine inside right now, so I can tell you.”
Added receiver Brian Quick,“I was a little nervous about it, but everything is all right. Sam told me that he is OK.”
FIsher on Bradford's knee injury: "I'm very optimistic for his quick return."— Jim Thomas (@jthom1) August 24, 2014
Bradford will undergo tests on Sunday.
-- Alex Suskind