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Topic - A.J. Feeley
Quarterback Sam Bradford was back on the practice field Saturday for the St. Louis Rams in preparing the Rams for their game against the Seahawks on Monday in Seattle.
Quarterback Sam Bradford was active in practice Friday for the St. Louis Rams, who have listed him as questionable for Sunday's game at Arizona.
There are losers, and then there are the hopeless, hapless, possibly even historic losers.
Sam Bradford missed practice again Friday, raising the possibility that A.J. Feeley will start at quarterback Sunday when the St. Louis Rams play in Dallas.
Newly acquired Brandon Lloyd looked good in his first practice with the St. Louis Rams. Mark Clayton's back, too.
Tim Tebow has lost his top target even before he makes his first start of the season.
It might be a while before Rams quarterback Sam Bradford can work with newly acquired Brandon Lloyd.
It was a rough weekend for quarterbacks _ and coaches.
St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford made all the throws during a short practice, making a fast recovery from a bruised index finger.
When Heather Mitts felt that familiar pain in her hamstring during training last month, it was almost too much for the U.S. defender.
The Sam Bradford era trumpets at least a temporary end to fan indifference. The St. Louis Rams are a sellout for the season opener.
On a day Heisman Trophy winner Sam Bradford found out he'll be the starting quarterback for the St. Louis Rams, Heisman winners Matt Leinart and Troy Smith found themselves looking for new teams.
No. 1 overall draft pick Sam Bradford will start at quarterback in the regular-season opener at home against Arizona next weekend.
Sam Bradford will have to wait a few days to learn if he'll start the St. Louis Rams' opener. The No. 1 pick certainly has appeared ready for the job.
One perfect series and done for Sam Bradford.
"It's frustrating," said A.J. Feeley, the starting quarterback while franchise QB Sam Bradford heals from a high left ankle sprain. "But then again you can't get too down on yourselves because we've got a lot of games left."
"I think you have to. As a backup quarterback, that's the nature of the game where you have to go into the game, even when you're not getting reps, as you're going to be the guy because in the flash of a moment, one play, you can go in and play," Feeley said. "My mindset doesn't change. Maybe the sense of urgency does and the fact that I'm getting reps out here and the likelihood of me playing is probably a little stronger than it was."