Sam Bradford Status Update: Rams QB Will Start Vs. Seahawks

The St. Louis Rams were without starting quarterback Sam Bradford last week against the San Francisco 49ers, when the quarterback once again injured his ankle. Tonight against the Seattle Seahawks however, Bradford will be active and will be start for the Rams. Bradford's status was up in the air and there was a bit of concern because back up quarterback A.J. Feeley is inactive with a thumb injury on his throwing hand.

Here are the remainder of the inactives fo the St. Louis Rams:

QB A.J. Feeley, QB Tom Brandstater, RB Quinn Porter, FB Brit Miller, T Kevin Hughes, DT Fred Robbins, LB Justin Cole.

With both Feeley and Brandstater inactive, this leaves only Bradford and newly signed Kellen Clemens as the only available quarterbacks for the Rams.

The Seahawks inactives on the other hand don't really have any surprises:

QB Josh Portis, OL Paul Fanaika, OL Mike Gibson, DL Pep Levingston, LB Adrian Moten, CB Kennard Cox, S Jeron Johnson

For more on the St. Louis Rams, visit SB Nation's Rams blog Turf Show Times. For more on the Seattle Seahawks, visit SB Nation's Seahawks blog Field Gulls.

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