Rams starting QB and 1st Overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, Sam Bradford, sat out of St. Louis' practice again on Friday, resting a bum ankle and hoping to get to a point where he can play in Monday's matchup against the Seahawks. In his place, backups Tom Bradstater and recently acquired Kellen Clemons split first-team reps.
Per the Turf Show Times:
Bradford is still dealing with his ankle injury, re-aggravated in a recent loss to the Cardinals on a rollout. Whether or not Bradford can start Monday night remains to be seen, but it doesn't look good at this point.
Josh McDaniels sounded an optimistic note on Bradford's availability for the game. He also noted that if Bradford could not play, the playbook would have to be dumbed down a little bit.
Still pretty up in the air for Bradford, but the Rams are lucky in that they have an extra day to get him healthy.
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