ST. LOUIS —
“It’s not like he came over and tried to kill me, either,” Bradford said. “So I think it was a clean play.”
Bradford didn’t notice Mitchell taunting him after the play, but did see guard Harvey Dahl rush to his defense.
“I would like to think that he didn’t know that I was injured, but I know what Harvey went up and did,” Bradford said. “I really appreciate that, and it means a lot when your guys stick up for you.”
Backup Kellen Clemens will make his second straight start this week against Tennessee.
“Kellen’s been here for me a lot over the past couple years, and I’m trying to do the same thing for him,” Bradford said. “Sit in the meeting room, watch tape, if he asks for my opinion I’m happy to give it to him.”