ST. LOUIS (AP) - St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford and defensive end Chris Long did not practice Thursday due to ankle injuries.
Bradford, who missed two games earlier in the season with a high left ankle sprain, aggravated the injury in a 23-20 loss to Arizona on Sunday. He practiced on a limited basis Wednesday, but the soreness increased.
Bradford, who has six touchdown passes and five interceptions for St. Louis, was limping noticeably on Thursday.
Spagnuolo said a decision on Bradford's status for Sunday's game at San Francisco will be made Friday. Backup A.J. Feeley took the first-team reps on Thursday.
Long said he felt fine and sat out practice as a precautionary measure. He leads the team with 10 sacks.
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