@STLouisRams: Bradford did more work than he's done in a couple weeks, participating in individual drills and 7 on 7. No team work but progress.
The Rams have been starting quarterback A.J. Feeley in the place of Sam Bradford, who has missed two consecutive games in his second NFL season. The veteran Feeley has not played terribly in Bradford's absence, but the team is still anxious to get their franchise QB back.
Yesterday, Bradford indicated he was hopeful he could play in Week 9, where the Rams (1-6) face the Arizona Cardinals (1-6), and his improved participation has helped those chances. However, because he is still not taking snaps during the team practice, it is safe to assume he remains a game-time decision.