Sidelined the past two weeks, the Rams received good news on Monday, as quarterback Sam Bradford got out of his protective boot and conducted strength exercises for his high ankle sprain, according to Kathleen Nelson of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
However, coach Steve Spagnuolo was unclear whether or not Bradford would participate in practice on Wednesday in preparation for Sunday’s clash in Arizona.
“He’s getting there, but you don’t know with these high ankle sprains,” Spagnuolo said. “We’ll slowly work him in there.”
Bradford sprained his ankle on the final play at Green Bay in Week 7, and has watched A.J. Feeley start under center the last two contests.
Feeley has completed 57 percent (40-70) of his pass attempts for 371 yards with a touchdown and interception apiece in place of the ’10 first overall pick.