The Rams were without the services of quarterbacks Sam Bradford and A.J. Feeley again on Thursday, leaving Tom Brandstater to take the reps with the first team offense. Feeley said Wednesday that he's "more than likely not" going to be able to play against Seattle, but there is a chance that Bradford will be able to go. Head coach Steve Spagnuolo commented on the uncertainty of the situation:
"There's some balls bouncing in the air right now," Spagnuolo said. "We'll be hopeful on Sam, but we won't know until we get to the end of the week."
To compensate for these injuries, the team signed Matt Gutierrez to the practice squad and claimed veteran Kellen Clemens off waivers from Houston. Clemens, though, wasn't able to get to St. Louis in time to practice on Thursday.
In other Rams injury news, defensive end Chris Long, defensive tackle Fred Robbins and running back Quinn Porter also were held out of practice. Offensive tackle Mark LeVoir and defensive tackle Eugene Sims were limited.
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