Rams quarterback Sam Bradford made all the throws during a short practice yesterday, making a fast recovery from a bruised index finger.
A special glove designed to increase blood flow to the injury and reduce swelling may have helped get him back on the field quickly.
Bradford said although there was some soreness, the finger felt “10 times better’’ than it did on Monday, the day after the Rams’ opening 31-13 loss to the Eagles. The original plan didn’t call for him to do any throwing before today, and Bradford hadn’t been that optimistic.
“I couldn’t tell a bit,’’ wide receiver Mike Sims-Walker said. “He looked great to me.’’