St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford isn't holding out much hope of playing in the team's season finale Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers.Bradford has already missed five games with a serious high ankle sprain, and wasn't thrilled about how he felt after missing Wednesday's practice session."It’s still now where I think our training staff would like it to be,"
he said. "This week was really the first time we had really done much and
to be honest it didn’t feel great in the little that we did do."He likely won't see any action in practice until Friday, and only if his ankle has sufficiently improved.Kellen Clemens would likely get the start if Bradford can't go.Bradford has thrown for 2,164 yards with six touchdowns and six interceptions in 10 games this season.