Head coach Jeff Fisher said Sam Bradford is well ahead of schedule and will be throwing once organized team activities start.
While that is certainly encouraging, it doesn't change the fact that the Rams could be looking at another quarterback in the draft. Bradford is still considered the team's No. 1 quarterback, but if he is slowed in any way, it could obviously open the door for someone else to potentially step in.ANALYST: Howard Bender
Jarrod Parker (elbow) hit 92 mph in his simulated game on Saturday.
Parker's surgery was in March of last year, knocking him out for all of 2014. Recovery has gone well for him, and he made a big step earlier in the Spring by throwing to live hitters. This was his second Tommy John procedure, so it's not a surprise that the Athletics are taking it slow with him. Parker had a decent year in 2013, his second full season in the majors, throwing 197 innings en route to a 3.97 ERA and 134 strikeouts. He's not a viable fantasy option this year, though, due to his injury. Analysis: Ben Diamond