Found December 20, 2011 on
St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford could miss his fifth start with a
high left ankle sprain this week at Pittsburgh and there's only two
weeks left in a losing season, but he made it clear Tuesday that he
doesn't want to go on injured reserve.
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ST. LOUIS - Sam Bradford can't wait to get off the exercise bicycle and back on the practice field. Not only has he logged way too many miles, he got unsolicited advice from a reporter about raising the seat a notch or two.
"As you told me, my form wasn't very good, too," Bradford said. "That just added to the displeasure I have of riding the bike."
Reports yesterday out of St. Louis indicate that the Rams are prepared to shut QB Sam Bradford down for the remainder of the 2011 NFL regular season. Bradford has been dealing with a high ankle sprain, a lingering issue for weeks now and an injury he aggravated on Monday night in Week 14 playing against the Seattle Seahawks.
The Rams started journeyman QB Kellen Clemens...
The St. Louis Rams are looking at another game without their franchise quarterback, as Sam Bradford is considered doubtful for Saturday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers while he continues dealing with a high left ankle sprain.
St. Louis Rams quarterbacks Sam Bradford and A.J. Feeley were held out of practice Thursday and likely won't be in the lineup for Saturday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.Bradford is recovering from an ankle injury that will force him to miss a second consecutive week.Feeley is battling a thumb ailment.Kellen Clemens will likely get his second consecutive start Saturday...
(Eds: Updates with details, quotes. With AP Photos.) By R.B. FALLSTROM AP Sports Writer Another short week makes it more likely St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford will be out again. At least now there's a bit of a backup plan.
While familiarizing himself with the roster, Kellen Clemens exceeded expectations in Sunday's 20-13 loss to Cincinnati. Scoring in double-digits...
Cincinnati Bengals – 20, St. Louis Rams – 13
The Bengals mostly looked like they were sleepwalking through this game, which was still good enough to secure a win. This was definitely not one of Andy Dalton’s (179 yards, 0 TDs, 1 INT) better games, but he did ok and that’s all that’s needed to beat the Rams these days. Kellen Clemens (238 total yards, 1 TD) got the...
The Rams actually outgained the Bengals on Sunday and won the turnover battle, but St. Louis still lost its fifth straight game to drop to 2-12. Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch relays that “the increasingly idiotic mob that dogs Sam Bradford” was “frighteningly aroused” by Kellen Clemens’ passable performance. (And that was a frightening yet…