• Sam Bradford

    Last updated: October 14, 2016

    Sam Bradford is an American NFL quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings. He attended college at the University of Oklahoma. Sam won the Heisman trophy as a red-shirt sophomore, becoming only the second sophomore to win one. He was drafted as the number one overall pick to the St. Louis Rams. He was then traded to the Philadelphia Eagles. During his first NFL season in 2010, he set a record for the most completions by a rookie in NFL history. He later went on to win the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award. In 2016 he was picked up by the Minnesota Vikings. He only had two weeks to prepare for his first game with the Minnesota vikings, but he ended up winning the game.

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    Sam Bradford Religion

    Sam is a Christian. He attended church regularly as a child. His family embraced the Christian faith after they felt like something was missing in their lives. Sam has carried his religious beliefs with him today and credits his faith to helping him win the Heisman. “I got back into that routine of listening to someone giving a message about God. It kind of opened my eyes and I saw that God, He knew what He was doing”. He has also appeared in a short film, I Am Second, where celebrities talked about their faith.

    Sam Bradford Political Views

    Sam appears to hold conservative political values. His faith is important to him and coming from Oklahoma, a conservative state, this would make sense. He is idolized by a lot of Republicans, and was found in a study of 20,000 people to be one of the Republican’s favorite celebrities. He is most likely a Republican based on what we could find.

    Sam Bradford Hobbies

    Besides football, Sam’s other hobby is golf. He played golf in college and will even play games with his wife.

    Who is he dating?

    Sam Bradford is married to long time girlfriend, Emma Laby. They got married on July 15, 2016 in Aspen Colorado. Emma is an avid golfer and played in college.

    Random Fact

    Sam is actually 1/16th Cherokee. He is listed as an official citizen on the Cheroke Nation tribe’s rolls. This makes him the first native American to win the Heisman trophy.