Rams' Bradford Not Optimistic About Facing Bengals
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- If Wednesday had been game day, Sam Bradford says he would not have been able to play. He didn't seem optimistic that a few more days would help, either.
The St. Louis Rams quarterback Monday night's loss at Seattle after missing the previous game because of a persistent high left ankle sprain. With a short week and a very sore ankle, he believes it'll be a challenge to get ready for Sunday's home game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Kellen Clemens, who was signed last week and will likely start if Bradford can't go, got in some extra work after Wednesday's practice. Bradford did not practice and backup A.J. Feeley remains sidelined with a fractured right thumb.