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Once upon a time, Kellen Clemens was a “quarterback of the future” in New York. He started eight games in 2007, then Brett Favre arrived, and Clemens has made only one more start since. Until now. (Excited yet?) The Rams are expected to start Clemens on Sunday with Sam Bradford (ankle) officially doubtful after not…
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The quarterback situation for the St. Louis Rams has been bleak this season and with second-year QB Sam Bradford dealing with an ailing ankle and QB A.J. Feeley out with a broken thumb, the St. Louis Rams will give the starting nod to QB Kellen Clemens this week. The Rams are hosting the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.
Kellen Clemens was signed off waivers last week after...
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St. Louis Rams quarterbacks Sam Bradford and A.J. Feeley both sat out practice Friday, putting newly acquired Kellen Clemens in line to start Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Bradford aggravated an ankle injury in Monday's game against the Seattle Seahawks and is in a walking boot.
Feeley sustained a broken right thumb in a 26-0 loss to San Francisco on Dec...
The St. Louis Rams, coming into a home contest at the Edward Jones Dome against the Cincinnati Bengals, will be missing their star, second year quarterback.
Sam Bradford will likely miss Sunday's game against the Bengals with a high ankle sprain he aggravated in last week's loss on the road to the Seattle Seahawks.
So, with a 2-11 record on the season and with back-up...
Quarterback Sam Bradford is not active for the St. Louis Rams' game against the Cincinnati Bengals, missing his fourth start with a high left ankle sprain.
Backup quarterback A.J. Feeley (thumb) also is inactive for the second straight week, leaving Kellen Clemens, acquired last week, set to make his first start since Dec. 13, 2009 with the Jets in a 26-3 victory at Tampa Bay...
Quarterback Sam Bradford has been ruled out for St. Louis, according to Tony Softli on twitter.
Bradford is unable to go after aggravating his sprained ankle, and Kellen Clemens is slated to lead St. Louis into battle vs. Cincinnati. Clemens should not be on anyones fantasy radar at this critical point of the season.
Quarterback Sam Bradford is not active for the St. Louis Rams' game against the Cincinnati Bengals, missing his fourth start with a high left ankle sprain. Backup quarterback A.J. Feeley (thumb) also is inactive for the second straight week, leaving Kellen Clemens, acquired last week, set to make his first start since Dec.
The Rams have lost four games in a row by a combined score of 103-40. The Bengals have lost four of their last five games, but this is a big game for them as far as making the playoffs are concerned. Here is a look at the matchups in this game:
When the Rams have the ball: The Rams are starting Kellen Clemens at QB in this game, so look for them to lean on RB Steven Jackson...