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The St. Louis Rams won their preseason game over the Browns 33-14, but may have lost their starting quarterback Sam Bradford to another knee injury. Bradford was injured throwing a pass under pressure and immediately grabbed his surgically repaired left knee. He left the game after that play and did not return. The Rams team doctors will fully examine Bradford’s knee on Sunday to determine the severity of this latest setback.

KTVI-Fox 2 Sports Director was with the Rams in Cleveland and got teammates reaction to Bradford’s knee injury.

Rams head coach Jeff Fisher talked about Bradford’s injury and several other players injured in the win over the Browns in his post game press conference.

In the game, backup quarterback Austin Davis threw TD passes to Brian Quick and Chris Givens to spark the Rams offense. Michael Sam recorded a sack of Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel to give him two sacks in three preseason games.