Sam Bradford will likely sign in the next few months a contract in the neighborhood of $50 million guaranteed. He'll be far and away the highest paid player on the Rams roster and one of the highest in all of the league.
None of that mattered on Tuesday as he lined up for his first practice at Rams OTAs on the second team.
Veteran QB A.J. Feeley took first team snaps while Bradford and backup Keith Null split snaps. According to Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo, there shouldn't be any conclusions drawn from how the snaps were split.
"Somewhere in there, we'll give both Sam and Keith some reps with the first group, just to get them used to it," Spagnuolo said. "But right now, all the reps are evenly split. It's not like the ones are getting any more than the twos or threes. You want everybody to get a chance."
This is just the first session of OTAs so no assumptions can be made here. If Bradford isn't the starter at some point in the 2010 season, it would be a major upset.