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Rams QB Bradford shakes injury, will start vs. Seahawks

St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford will start in Monday night's game against the Seattle Seahawks despite a lingering high left ankle sprain, according to the team.

Bradford, who was listed as questionable for the game, split first-team reps with Kellen Clemens on Saturday in his first practice of the week. Bradford missed last week's loss to the San Francisco 49ers because of the injury he first sustained in Week 6 and which caused him to miss the next two games.

If Bradford can't play the entire game, the Rams have little depth. The Rams deactivated injured backup A.J. Feeley as well as Tom Brandstater, leaving Clemens as the only healthy backup. Clemens signed with the team last week. 

The Rams also listed running back Quinn Porter, fullback Brit Miller, offensive tackle Kevin Hughes, defensive tackle Fred Robbins and linebacker Justin Cole as inactive.

The Seahawks deactivated quarterback Josh Portis, offensive lineman Paul Fanaika and Mike Gibson, defensive lineman Pep Levingston, linebacker Adrian Moten, cornerback Kennard Cox and safety Jeron Johnson.

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