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Rams quarterback Sam Bradford will likely be a game-time decision against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday after being very limited by an ankle injury during Friday's practice, according to the team. Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo said Bradford's status was similar to Thursday, when he suffered a bit of a setback with the injury and sat out of practice. Bradford aggravated a high left ankle sprain in last week's loss to the Seahawks. "He didn't do much at all," Spagnuolo said. "He's still a little sore, so we'll see where we're at tomorrow." Spagnuolo had previously indicated a decision would be made Friday on Bradford's status. Source: NFL.com
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Quarterback Sam Bradford was very limited in Friday's practice, according to the Rams' official twitter page.
Bradford aggravated his sprained ankle in Week 12, and will be a game-time call for Sundays tilt at San Francisco. But even if deemed fit to play, the disappointing young quarterback will not be a good bet for fantasy production against a fearsome defense...
The Rams were back to practice on Wednesday, but quarterback Sam Bradford was limited in his reps as he continues to deal with soreness in his ankle. It doesn’t sound like this is anything to be overly concerned about, but you never want to see your … [visit site to read more]Bradford Limited On Wednesday - Ramblin' Fan - Ramblin' Fan - A St. Louis Rams Fan Site - News...
St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford and defensive end Chris Long did not practice Thursday due to ankle injuries.
Bradford, who missed two games earlier in the season with a high left ankle sprain, aggravated the injury in a 23-20 loss to Arizona on Sunday. He practiced on a limited basis Wednesday, but the soreness increased.
''It went backwards a little bit, so in...
Thursday was not the good day we had hoped on the injury front, and in fact I think it’s safe to say there were some surprises when Spags met with the media after. Quarterback Sam Bradford and DE Chris Long were both held out of practice as they … [visit site to read more]Bradford, Long Both Miss Practice - Ramblin' Fan - Ramblin' Fan - A St. Louis Rams Fan Site - News...
St. Louis quarterback Sam Bradford is out for the Rams' game with the San Francisco 49ers, who will play without injured wide receiver Braylon Edwards.
A.J. Feeley will start for the Rams (2-9) against the 49ers (9-2), who can clinch the NFC West and their first playoff berth since 2002 with a win. Bradford aggravated a high left ankle sprain in a loss to Seattle last week,...
The St. Louis Rams activated quarterback Tom Brandstater from the practice squad, reflecting concern about Sam Bradford's availability for Sunday's game at San Francisco.
Another day, another new injury twist at Rams Park. After being
limited in Wednesday's practice because of soreness in his left
ankle, quarterback Sam Bradford was held out of practice entirely
Rams quarterback Sam Bradford was limited in practice after aggravating a high left ankle sprain in Sunday's loss to the Cardinals. Coach Steve Spagnuolo said Bradford probably took half of the snaps in practice Wednesday as a precaution. The quarterback said the ankle was sore but otherwise he felt pretty good considering it's late in the season. Wide receiver Danario Alexander...
Sam Bradford's high ankle sprain will force him to miss another game, as the Rams quarterback is inactive for Sunday's tilt against the San Francisco 49ers.
The 2-9 St. Louis Rams will take on the 9-2 San Francisco 49ers this Sunday and they may have to do it without starting QB Sam Bradford who aggravated a high ankle sprain that kept him out of two games earlier in the season. Not that having Bradford will make much of a difference against the 49ers, the NFC West Division leaders but their chances are increased dramatically with...
St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford was inactive for Sunday's game against the San Francisco 49ers.
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford and defensive end Chris Long did not practice Thursday due to ankle injuries.