The St. Louis Rams and Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford, who is expected to be the No. 1 pick in the NFL Draft, will not have a contract in place before the draft, reports ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Bradford has been hesitant to complete a deal and wants to see how the NFL Draft plays out, as another team could look to trade up to get him. The Rams don’t think they need to have one in place before the event kicks off next week and believe the player will eventually sign. Bradford’s contract is expected to average about $13 million per year with roughly $50 million in guaranteed money.