When the St. Louis Rams take the field on Monday Night Football to face their division rival Seahawks in Seattle, it is still unclear who the their quarterback will be.
Quarterback Sam Bradford seems to be doubtful with a high ankle sprain and backup A.J. Feeley is likely to be out with a thumb injury suffered in last week's blowout loss to the San Francisco 49ers.
In a pinch to find a quarterback to possibly step in, the Rams called veteran nomad Kellen Clemens and signed him after he was recently dismissed from the Houston Texans.
Clemens, who has spent six seasons in the NFL after being drafted by the New York Jets, has had a rocky career at best. After a brief and unsuccessful stint as the Jets starter, Clemens has been unable to land on his feet anywhere. It looks though, as the Rams may be ready to give Clemens another chance since they have nobody else to turn to take snaps.
Clemens says he is doing everything he can to prepare for and take advantage of the opportun...