Rams Injury Report, Week 17: Sam Bradford Doubtful, Chris Long Questionable

The St. Louis Rams look poised to once again be without the services of their top two quarterbacks in Sunday's game against the San Francisco 49ers. The Rams official injury report for Week 17 looks like this:

Doubtful

- QB Sam Bradford

- QB A.J. Feeley

Questionable

- DE Chris Long

Probable

- RB/KR Jerious Norwood

- CB Josh Gordy

- LB Brady Poppinga

The past two weeks, the Rams have started third-string quarterback Kellen Clemens as both Bradford and Feeley work their ways back from injuries. Clemens performed admirably in Week 15, but quite poorly in Week 16.

The Rams will be hoping for a solid contribution from the 7-year veteran QB as a few other Rams contributors will be ailing against the 49ers. Not only is their top kick returner, Jerious Norwood, probable with an illness, but the team's best pass rusher -- DE Chris Long -- may miss the contest with a troublesome ankle.

Stay tuned to SB Nation St. Louis for more information, and for in-depth analysis on the St. Louis Rams be sure to visit Turf Show Times. For more on the Niners, head over to Niners Nation. Visit SB Nation NFL for more news and notes around the league.

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