St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford's status remains day-to-day at this point for Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals, but Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo told reporters this morning that he won't be practicing on Wednesday. First reported by Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic, Spagnuolo added that he hopes to see progress from Bradford later this week. The former No. 1 overall pick has been battling a high ankle sprain for the past few weeks.
The Rams, now 1-6 on the season, have sorely missed their starting quarterback during his absence, especially given the team's need to evaluate him for the long-term. St. Louis is coming off a stunning upset victory over the Saints with back-up quarterback A.J. Feeley at the helm, but there's no doubt that they're a better team when Bradford is healthy and churning on all cylinders.