IRVING, Texas --Rams quarterback Sam Bradford was on his way to watch film of his team's Wednesday practice. He didn't see it live because he was in the training room getting treatment on his high ankle sprain.
"I pretty much live there right now," Bradford said, "and even when I go home I've got my own training room set up there. Pretty much treatment non-stop right now."
Although one national report stated Bradford would play Sunday against the Cowboys, Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo said he's still "day-to-day, hour-to-hour." Eleven-year veteran A.J. Feeley would start if Bradford couldn't.
Given his inexperience, Spagnuolo said he'd like to see his second-year QB -- the 2010 Offensive Rookie of the Year -- get some practice in this week if possible.
"It's little different than being a 10-year vet and having the same offense and when you game plan it's just like riding a bike," Spagnuolo said. "I think we all need to practice. It's the just nature of this league, it's so challenging. That will be a decision that will have to be made."