ST. Jamil Demby Jersey . LOUIS - After suffering a season-ending torn left anterior cruciate ligament for the second time in nine months, St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford said Thursday he will be back. "Im just taking it one day at a time and focusing on getting it fixed and starting rehab again," Bradford said at Rams Park in his first comments since getting hurt. "Thats all Im going to focus on. Unfortunately, I think I know what its going to require and what Im going to have to do. "Im coming back as strong as ever." The 2010 No. 1 overall draft pick was injured in the first quarter in the Rams third preseason game at Cleveland. Bradford was hit on his left side by Browns defensive end Armonty Bryant as he threw a pass. Bryant ran around left tackle Jake Long on the play. Bradford hopped briefly on his right leg before dropping to the ground. At first Bradford believed he would be OK. His first thought was maybe just some scar tissue was broken up. Certainly, the thought of his ACL being torn again didnt enter his mind. "It didnt hurt nearly as bad as the one in Carolina last year," Bradford said. "By the time I got to the sideline, I felt fine. I walked into the locker room and I felt fine, you know. "Then the doc did some tests. He said. Unfortunately, Im concerned about your ACL. Then we found out the next day I had torn it." No date for surgery has been set, Bradford said. Again, famed orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews will perform the operation. There are a few dates being discussed, but nothing is set yet. Overall, he said he feels good. "Well, physically actually, I feel great right now," said Bradford. "My knee feels great. Theres no pain. If you saw me walking around, youd have no idea that my knee was torn. So thats a positive. Mentally, obviously its tough. "To put all the work into rehab to get back to full strength and to have it taken away in a preseason game, Im not really sure how I can describe what it feels like." The 6-foot-4, 224-pound Bradford played in two preseason games. He was 4 for 9 for 77 yards against Cleveland before he was hurt. Journeyman Shaun Hill will start Sunday for the Rams against visiting Minnesota. Austin Davis is the backup. Case Keenum is the third-string quarterback. Rookie Garrett Gilbert is on the practice squad. Bradford will remain with the team and help the quarterbacks. "Absolutely, I enjoy being around here," Bradford said. "Ill be rehabbing here, sitting in on meetings and going out to practice. "Its going to be pretty similar to last year." The Rams and Bradford are used to this scenario, unfortunately. Kellen Clemens stepped in last year and St. Louis shifted to an offence geared around the running game. The Rams were 3-4 under Bradford, who had thrown for 1,687 yards and 14 touchdown passes against four interceptions. St. Louis went 4-5 with Clemens. Bradford has played just two complete seasons, 2010 and 2012, where he played in all 16 games. He was limited to 10 games in 2011 when a high ankle sprain hobbled him most of the year. After tearing the ACL and having surgery, the Rams were counting on him to return and have a big year, and possibly make the playoffs for the first time since 2004. Its been a long dry spell in St. Louis. The Rams have not had a winning season since 2004. The club won just 15 games over a five-year span beginning in 2007. To get better, the Rams invested the No. 2 overall pick in the 2014 draft on offensive tackle Greg Robinson of Auburn. Robinson played guard and tackle throughout the preseason, but he wont start the opener. The 6-foot-5, 332-pound Robinson is behind Rodger Saffold at left guard. The 21-year-old Robinson started three of the Rams four preseason games. Rams coach Jeff Fisher said hes not concerned about Robinson not starting. "Hes doing a good job. Hes playing guard, hes playing tackle," Fisher said. "Hes doing both in practice. Hes doing them all through preseason and hes gotten better each week. "We made the decision that in the opener that were better off going with experience. Doesnt mean to say that he wont play in the game, but were going to go with guys that have a lot of snaps under their belt right now." Robinson said he understands. "Im doing what the coaches ask of me," Robinson said. "My goal is to get better each day. Im competing for a spot. Im not getting down on myself even though Im not starting." Buy Cheap Rams Jerseys . -- The San Francisco 49ers have re-signed cornerback Perrish Cox to a one-year contract. Discount Rams Jerseys . 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Other potential critics to the settlement reached by players lawyers and the league are also starting to emerge — and the judge overseeing the case has herself expressed doubts the sum is big enough. About 50 plaintiffs lawyers met in New York last week to learn more about the settlement from the lead lawyers, but some left dissatisfied. "This could be a great settlement, this could be a terrible settlement, but I dont know," said Chicago lawyer Thomas A. Demetrio, who represents 10 players, including the family of the late Dave Duerson, a four-time Pro Bowler who mostly played with the Chicago Bears. Duerson fatally shot himself in the chest, leaving his brain intact for autopsy. Like Seau, he was diagnosed with CTE, or chronic traumatic encephalopathy. An honours graduate and trustee of the University of Notre Dame, he was 50 when he died, which would factor into his familys payout. "His estate will receive $2.2 million. Thats not adequate," Demetrio said. U.S. District Judge Anita Brody, who must weigh the deal, also wants more actuarial details than filed with the settlement papers. She preliminarily rejected the plan last month, questioning whether $765 million will be enouugh to fund about 20,000 claims involved for 65 years, as promised. Rams Jerseys Outlet. The architects of the plan argue that the players could end up with nothing if the lawsuits are thrown out of court. The NFL had argued that the claims belonged in arbitration. The retirees would also have to prove their injuries came from NFL concussions, and not those suffered earlier. "The retired player community has provided overwhelming support for this agreement, and we look forward to finalizing it soon so they can begin taking advantage of its benefits," lead lawyers Christopher Seeger and Sol Weiss said in a statement Monday that recognized the work of other lawyers on the case. The NFL settlement, if approved in court, would be capped at $4 million on behalf of players diagnosed after their deaths with traumatic brain injury. The payments could go as high as $5 million for younger men with Alzheimers disease, but many more plaintiffs with mild dementia would get $25,000 or less under the deal. Demetrio wants to know how much of the NFLs payment will come from insurance, and why the lawyers would split another $112 million, when the case did not reach discovery or trial. The NFLs annual revenues top $9 billion. "Its very, very unusual ... for all the plaintiffs to not know whats going on," Demetrio said. "Theyre acting like the Lone Ranger." The Seau Family, meanwhile, is also concerned that the deal calls for a stay on individual suits until all appeals are finalized with the settlement. 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