Sam Bradford Injury: Status Still Unknown Entering Friday

The St. Louis Rams have been without Sam Bradford for the last two weeks as he continues to recover from a high ankle sprain. Bradford's been doing some individual drills in practice and if he can get a little more time with the team in Friday's practice then he has a shot to play on Sunday.

But that's not certain, yet. The Rams, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter, are still uncertain whether Bradford will give it a go against the Arizona Cardinals this weekend. After A.J. Feeley led the team to a victory over the New Orleans Saints last weekend, the prospect of playing the backup doesn't seem so bad.

Bradford's been struggling this season, even before the injury. He is completing just 53 percent of his passes with three touchdowns to two interceptions.

The 1-6 Rams play the 1-6 Cardinals for the privilege of avoiding last place in the NFC West.

Check out SB Nation's Turf Show Times for the latest on Bradford and picks for Sunday's game.

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