Rams quarterback Sam Bradford again missed practice Thursday because of a nagging high ankle sprain. Given that he appeared in a protective boot Wednesday — for the first time in a month — and has less time to recover this week from a Monday night game, his return to action Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals seems less likely than it did before he returned to the boot.
Other players who missed practice Thursday were quarterback A.J. Feeley (thumb), defensive ends James Hall (pectoral) and Chris Long (ankle), offensive tackle Mark LeVoir (groin), and cornerback Justin King. The most recent addition, King bumped his shoulder Wednesday and woke up with soreness Thursday. All are listed as day-to-day.
Safety Craig Dahl (ankle), defensive end Eugene Sims (ankle), running back Quinn Porter (abdomen), defensive end Fred Robbins (back), tight end Stephen Spach (concussion) and cornerback Josh Gordy (abdomen) were limited.