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Bradford Holding Out Hope

Posted by nickwagoner on December 28, 2011 – 10:43 PM

– Rams QB Sam Bradford did not practice on Wednesday after testing his sprained left ankle out on Monday and Tuesday.

– That light work did not lead to a positive reaction in the ankle and kept Bradford out of practice again Wednesday after missing the past two weeks.

“This week was really the first time that we had done much and to be honest it didn’t feel great in the little that we did do, so as far as that, until it gets better, until we do some more I really can’t tell you,” Bradford said.

– Bradford has made it very clear that he badly wants to play in the season finale against San Francisco but it remains to be seen if that will happen.

“It’s important to me to play in every game,” Bradford said. “Obviously this is my last opportunity to play with this team this year, so it’s very important for me to get out there this Sunday and just finish the season strong with my guys.”

Most likely, Kellen Clemens will start his third game of the season and Bradford won’t get the chance to do it. The team still hopes to see if Bradford can do any work in practice before the week is over.

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One Response to “Bradford Holding Out Hope”

  1. By dan4rams on Dec 29, 2011 | Reply

    I wish for Bradford, to rest and rehab. properly. He deserves that much, after the pounding he has taken for the team this year. A year, he probably would like to forget. During the off season, he can regain his normal self. Although, at during the up coming draft. The Rams should not forget. They need to draft Case Keenum. The outstanding, QB out of Houston. They at sometime, will rely on his ability. This would make the QB position, covered. He may be the next, Drew Brees. Better to have him than not..

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