After a certifiably promising rookie year, Sam Bradford’s sophomore season has been nothing short of underwhelming. The former No. 1 overall draft pick has missed the last two weeks (which included St. Louis’ shocking win last week against New Orleans) with an ankle injury and struggled in his first five starts. Those, of course, were all Rams losses in which the quarterback didn’t crack an 80 QB Rating.
Bradford is hopeful to play this week and says he’s improving.
“It actually feels pretty good walking around,” Bradford said. “Obviously, I haven’t come back and tested it with running and full-speed drops. Hopefully, I’ll do a little more tomorrow and we’ll see where it is by the end of the week.”
Defensive tackle Darell Scott was held out of Wednesday’s practice with a concussion, as was offensive tackle Jason Smith. Linebacker Brady Poppinga was limited with a calf injury.
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