St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford has been wearing a protective boot after suffering a high ankle sprain and his status has varied wildly this week ranging from being out to definitely starting. Officially the Rams are saying that Bradford is questionable and will be a game time decision. Bradford has not practiced all week and has only done light workouts in lieu of not practicing with the team.
According to Bradford, it will come down to how much he can tollerate the pain,because his ankle is stable:
"From everything I understand the joint is stable, so it is going to be about my pain tolerance and how much I can tolerate on Sunday," Bradford said.
"I don't think I have to practice," Bradford said. "It would be nice if I could later in the week, but I don't think that's a must. Obviously, I have to be able to drop back. I have to be able to have some mobility where I'm not just standing back there. But other than that, I don't think it's much more than that."
If Bradford is not able to start then A.J. Feeley will be getting the start. Feeley has only seen action in the season opener against the Philadelphia Eagles and he has not played in game since 2007 when he was on the Eagles.