St. Louis Rams Injury Report, Week 10: Sam Bradford Limited On Wednesday

The St. Louis Rams will face SB Nation Cleveland's own Cleveland Browns this weekend. The Rams don't quite have the injury problems that Cleveland has with Peyton Hillis and Montario Hardesty already ruled out, but a few skill players are on the mend.

The Rams issued their first injury report of the week on Wednesday with receiving options Danario Alexander and Lance Kendricks both missing practice. Alexander is still nursing a hamstring injury while Kendricks, the rookie tight end, is recovering from a foot injury.

The biggest name on the injury report, though, is quarterback Sam Bradford. Bradford was limited, meaning he should be able to go on Sunday, but a report from the Associated Press indicates he won't be completely healthy.

The good news for Bradford is there were no setbacks from the Cardinals loss. He's still wearing a brace but said his ankle "definitely" feels better than last week at this time, and ditched the walking boot the day after the game. Barring further injury, he expects the ankle to be healed in two or three weeks.

A full rundown of the Rams injury report is included on the team's website

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