Sam Bradford expected to start against Cowboys

AP

Rams quarterback Sam Bradford should be able to throw to his new receiver Brandon Lloyd this Sunday.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Bradford is expected to start against the Cowboys despite suffering a high ankle sprain in St. Louis’ loss to the Packers. While similar injuries often knock players out for a few weeks, Bradford was able to finish the game against Green Bay.

It’s a much needed dose of good news for a banged up Rams team. Bradford may have a few new weapons to work with this week.

Lloyd was acquired from the Broncos, and Mark Clayton is eligible to come off the PUP list. Clayton expects to play in the game after returning to practice during the bye week.  The Rams haven’t made a roster move with him.