Rams quarterback Sam Bradford will undergo surgery in a few weeks for a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. His season is over.

That means Kellen Clemens will start in the Rams’ next game an Oct. 28 nationally televised Monday night contest against NFC West power Seattle.

"It’s a difficult day for us but we’ll move forward" coach Jeff Fisher said at a Monday evening press conference. "We met with the team this morning explained to them the situation and the challenge is obvious in this world where you have an impact player go down with a season-ending injury.

"Everybody else just has to step up coaches included. Everybody in the building has to pick it up. And we’ll move forward."

Bradford’s injury leaves the Rams with only Clemens on the active roster so the team will add another quarterback this week. Actually Fisher said the team could sign two QBs to the roster.

In fact Fisher said: "There is a good possibility we would sign more than one."

Contrary to some speculation Sunday night signing Tim Tebow to the roster is not an option according to sources familiar with the situation. Fisher said Monday that he would not discuss names _ whether it be QBs the Rams were interested in or those the team was not interested in.

Fisher then quipped: "There’s a lot of speculation out there and everybody’s talking. And everybody knows more than we do right now."

Fisher also said definitively that the team would not trade for a quarterback.