There has been plenty of talk and concern over Sam Bradford's left ankle recently, but none of that is coming from Bradford himself. Bradford reiterated this week that he is not concerned about the ankle that forced him to miss six games last season.
Earlier this week, there was a report that Bradford might have to have surgery on the ankle following the 2012 season. That possibility is not one Bradford has discussed.
"That would be news to me," Bradford said, according to 101Sports.com. "To be honest, I'm tired of talking about the ankle. Until it causes me to miss reps or miss time, it's a non-issue."
Bradford suffered the high ankle sprain on October 16 of last season and it forced him to miss six games and limited him in five others as he attempted to play through the pain. Earlier in training camp he admitted the ankle was still not 100 percent, but it has yet to cause him to miss any practice time.