#7 Sam Bradford

Samuel Jacob Bradford was born in the 8th of November 1987. Sam he is an American football player who plays as a quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles. Sam was drafted by the Louis Rams first overall in the NFL draft in the year 2010. Sam Bradford played his college football at Oklahoma, and he also played as a redshirt sophomore. He became the only second sophomore player to win the coveted Heisman Trophy. During his first season in the NFL he set a record for the most completion by a rookie in the NFL history, this helped Bradford to earn the NFL offensive rookie of the year award in 2010.
During his freshman year in 2006 in his first game for the Sooners, it was at the University Of North Texas, Sam Bradford completed three touchdowns in as little over two-quarters, and he also completed 21 of 23 attempts for 364 yard thus breaking the school record for the most passing yard in a half. During his game against The Texas Tech on November 17, 2007, Sam Bradford suffered a concussion of unknown severity.
On 24th November 2007 during the game that was against Oklahoma state cowboys, Sam Bradford broke the NCAA freshman record for 30 touchdowns. On the 2nd of January 2008, during the Fiesta Bowl the Sooners played West Virginia Mountaineers and lost 48-28. This was the first Bowl Championship Series for Sam Bradford as a starter.
19th March 2010 Sam Bradford decided to meet with St. Louis Rams general manager known as Billy Devaney and also the offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur in Florida where he was rehabbing and training since undergoing on his throwing shoulder. Sam Bradford was selected as the number 1 pick in the NFL draft on April 22, 2010, by the St. Louis Rams. Bradford signed a six-year deal which was worth $78million, and it was $50 million of guarantees and had a maximum value of $86 million thus making it the largest contract ever for an NFL rookie.