The St. Louis Rams will have starting quarterback Sam Bradford in the mix for their Monday Night Football game against the Seattle Seahawks, according to Charlie Casserly at CBS. Bradford returned to practice on Saturday after missing the entire week with the high ankle sprain that kept him on the bench in Week 13.
Bradford gives the Rams their best chances for winning the game, rather than Kellen Clemens, his backup tonight. The Rams still face pretty long odds in part because their offensive line is in shambles. Bradford will be at risk for further injury behind that unit, but if he's healthy enough to play, the Rams have to start him.
After two coaches were fired today, the media will be watching the outcome of this game to see if Steve Spagnuolo becomes the week's third coach to get the boot. Having Bradford in there helps his prospects a little bit. If the run defense is once again leaky, the Rams will have an even tougher time competing.
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