By R.B. FALLSTROM
AP Sports Writer
ST. LOUIS (AP) - Newly acquired Brandon Lloyd looked good in his first practice with the St. Louis Rams. Mark Clayton's back, too.
Now, if the St. Louis Rams only had someone to get them the ball.
Quarterback Sam Bradford did not practice Wednesday while getting treatment for a high left ankle sprain, increasing the likelihood that journeyman A.J. Feeley will get the call Sunday at
Dallas. The injury routinely sidelines players for a month, although coach Steve Spagnuolo had some hope Bradford could play.
Spagnuolo said the Rams wanted Bradford to keep his foot elevated, so Bradford wasn't even on the field. Feeley was preparing to start, but said he wouldn't be surprised if Bradford tried to play.
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