University of Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford re-injured his shoulder in the OU-Texas game. [AP Photo]
NORMAN, OK -- OU quarterback Sam Bradford will not address the media Wednesday as previously planned, according to OU Athletics.
"Sam wants more time to gather information," OU Head Coach Bob Stoops said in a news release.
Stoops will hold his regular media meeting after practice, but said he will limit his comments to practice and the upcoming game against Kansas.
Bradford injured his throwing shoulder for the second time this season when he was sacked by cornerback Aaron Williams in the first quarter of the Sooners' 16-13 loss to Texas Saturday. The play was eerily similar to the one that caused Bradford's first injury in OU's season opener against BYU.