St. Louis Rams Injury Report: QB Sam Bradford Healthy, RB Cadillac Williams Unlikely To Play

The official St. Louis Rams twitter has released injury updates from Thursday's practice. According to Offensive Coordinator Josh McDaniels, QB Sam Bradford practiced today and felt healthy:

@STLouisRams: Rams off the practice field for Thursday. OC Josh McDaniels says QB Sam Bradford told him he felt as good as he has in a long time today.

The rest of the Rams injuries look like this:

Player Injury Condition
QB Sam Bradford ankle Healthy.
RB Cadillac Williams calf Not likely to be ready.
RB Jerious Norwood hamstring Limited but uncertain.
TE Lance Kendricks foot Nearing return.
WR Danario Alexander hamstring Not ready.
LT Rodger Saffold head Cleared, should play.
CB Justin King head Cleared, should play.

Both Rodger Saffold and Justin King have been struggling with concussion-related issues, but should be good to go in Week 11.

Unfortunately for the Rams offense, it appears Steven Jackson will have only one back behind him on Sunday as both Williams and Norwood work their way back. Also, Danario Alexander, the Rams leading receiver this year (though Brandon Lloyd should surpass him sometime soon) is still struggling with his hamstring injury.

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. Visit SB Nation NFL for more news and notes around the league.

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