Head coach Steve Spagnuolo of the St. Louis Rams told the press that Sam Bradford is still day-to-day.
St. Louis Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo spoke briefly on the status of his starting quarterback Sam Bradford at a press conference on Monday afternoon. Bradford has now missed his last two games, a total of five for the season. He appears to be no closer to playing in the Rams' season finale next week than he was this week against Pittsburgh.
Spagnuolo said that Bradford is still considered day-to-day, along with A.J. Feeley, who was the backup until he broke his hand. In order to play in Week 17, Bradford would most likely have to practice this week ahead of the game. Whether or not he can do that remains to be seen, but it looks more and more like Bradford will end his season on the inactive list.
Why the Rams don't just shut him and Feeley down and give the roster spot to a younger player for a taste of life in the NFL, is unknown.
Cornerback Justin King is out for the year, erasing every last corner who started the season on the Rams depth chart. He will have shoulder surgery.