After the first days of practice in Week 13, the St. Louis Rams (2-9) have already begun to assemble another list of names for the injury report. According to the Rams official twitter account, QB Sam Bradford has tweaked his ankle injury:
Injury updates: QB Sam Bradford aggravated ankle injury. Sore today. Spagnuolo says he's optimistic Bradford will practice Wednesday.
Bradford missed a pair of games earlier this year after suffering a high ankle sprain in Week 6. He has started the last four games for the Rams.
The Rams have also announced, on the brighter side, that WR Danario Alexander should be able to return to action this week:
WR Danario Alexander expected to return from hamstring injury this week. Spagnuolo said he could practice Wednesday.
Alexander has been out since Week 7 with hamstring problems. The second year pro was averaging over 59 yards per game before his injury, but will need to work extra hard to regain playing time now that the team has acquired WR Brandon Lloyd from the Denver Broncos.
Also injured for the Rams, backup S Darian Stewart may miss time with concussion issues, while backups DT Justin Bannan (shoulder) and LB Josh Hull (hamstring) also seem likely to miss a little time.
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