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    If he stays healthy.Those words have shadowed Sam Bradford through most of his injury-plagued eight seasons in the NFL.And it looms large again as the 30-year-old quarterback went through the first practice of Arizona Cardinals training camp Saturday.”I think you have to be optimistic Youth Tre Boston Jersey ,” he said. “I think if you’re not optimistic, then the odds of staying healthy and the odds of playing well, they’re probably not that great.”Injuries have limited Bradford to 80 games in his eight seasons. He’s twice torn the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee, and another left knee injury wiped out nearly all of his 2017 season in Minnesota.When the Cardinals found themselves without any quarterbacks following the retirement of Carson Palmer, they turned to Bradford, who — when healthy — has put up strong numbers.But Arizona also pulled off a deal that got them Josh Rosen in the draft, and Rosen has been impressive in offseason workouts. But for now, this is Bradford’s team.”I want Josh with the mentality that he wants to start,” first-year Cardinals coach Steve Wilks said. “I don’t waver that Sam is our starter. It’s his job to lose and competition makes us better across the board.”The Cardinals brought Bradford along slowly in the offseason and didn’t make him a full participant in workouts until the three-day mandatory minicamp.”His knee, talking to him, is stronger than it’s ever been,” Wilks said. “I think the plan that we created and put in place for him back when we signed him has been phenomenal, just with the training staff Stitched Ricky Seals-Jones Jersey , physical therapy, strength and conditioning.”Bradford would say only that his knee feels the best it has since the injury.”I feel good right now,” he said. “My body’s’ in a good place and I think now we’ll see the benefits of the plan we had throughout OTAs and throughout the spring.”Bradford signed a two-year, $40 million contract with the Cardinals, with $15 million guaranteed. But this is about more than money for Bradford, whose career earnings are listed at $124 million. He signed the largest rookie deal in history as the No. 1 overall pick in 2010, a contract that guaranteed him $50 million before he threw a pass.The next season, rookie contracts were slotted at lower levels as part of the new labor agreement.So what keeps Bradford going, rehab after grueling rehab?”Just getting back out there and playing football,” he said. “I think you just realize how much you enjoy it, how special it is to be out there, to play the game. That’s really why I do this, why I continue to come back Youth Ricky Seals-Jones Jersey , it’s to be there on Sundays and to be out there with my guys and play football again.”Bradford’s love of the game is clear to Wilks.”That’s what you see,” the coach said. “He’s made enough money that he’s taken care of his family for the rest of his life. But his passion and love for the game and wanting to compete — and I think he has a lot doubters out there.”When he can play, Bradford plays well.The only full game he played a year ago — Minnesota’s season opener against New Orleans — he completed 27 of 32 passes for 346 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions. In his 15 starts with the Vikings in 2016, Bradford completed 72 percent of his passes for a career-high 3,877 yards and 20 touchdowns with five interceptions.Since the end of OTAs, he’s kept up individual workouts, simulating quarterback moves as he works to further strengthen his knee. Bradford understands that injuries come with his line of work.”They happen. It’s football,” he said. “That’s not really where my mind is. It’s not something I think about. My mindset is just going out to practice every day, learning as much about this offense as I can, being a good teammate, being a good leader, being as good a quarterback as I can be.” Bad teams are bad for a reason. Poor coaching. The Jimmy’s and the Joe’s. Sometimes much deeper reasons than that. The Cardinals suffer from both to an extent. What it’s very clear is that they refuse to make in-game adjustments to give themselves the best chance to win. There are some things that just happen. David Johnson fumbled and that lead to points for the Vikings. That’s football. Those are the plays that you overcome. Other occurrences throughout the game, Arizona did themselves zero favors.Thielen terrorizes secondaryPoor Bene Benwikere. He never stood a chance. Coming into Sunday Stitched Gabe Holmes Jersey , Adam Thielen had five consecutive 100 yard games. Stefon Diggs had been producing at a high level himself. The Cardinals chose to take Diggs away, which they did. Very early it became evident that Thielen was the bigger threat. Yet, no adjustment was made. Thielen finished the game with 11 catches for 123 yards. He had 15 targets compared to Diggs five. At some point, you have to make an adjustment and put your star player on Thielen. Take away what the other team does best. That’s what good teams do. The lack of adjustment was frustrating. If Diggs was going to beat you after the switch, then so be it. You can’t let Thielen continue to beat you over and over. That is the definition of insanity.Passing game too complicated?When you watch the Cardinals offense nothing is ever easy. The first pass of the game is something we should be seeing a lot more of. Josen Rosen is a rhythm thrower. There are not nearly enough “rhythm” throws for Rosen to be able to get in a groove. The first throw he did a quick 3-step drop and threw a five yard out route. Isolation routes make the read easier for the quarterback. They also keep bodies away from the receiver. If you watch the throw where Rosen threw an interception, he is staring down an area with three receivers in a 10 yard radius. You can imagine what type of attention that will attract from the defense.Look at the Packers. They keep it as simple as possible. Slants, curls, and out routes. With the occasional deep route. This fits what Rosen does well. He can also throw receivers open and stay in rhythm. Fewer bodies around the ball. Protects him from taking hits, as well. Perhaps we will see more of this against a team that runs a lot of man coverage, like the Broncos.

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