St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford hasn't been visibly affected in camp by his left ankle, to which he suffered a high ankle sprain on Oct. 16. But he still feels something that isn't right almost 10 months after the fact.
"It's close," Bradford said about the ankle on Saturday. "I think it's as good as it's going to feel. It's something that we're managing right now. I've been able to take every snap so far without any setbacks, and I think that's a positive sign.
"I thought that with rest in the offseason, it would've been gone by now. But it's not."
That's basically the same thing Bradford said three weeks ago, so it's not something that terribly concerns me. He'll play with it. He's just a guy does have an injury-prone tag. That and his average-at-best crop of receivers is what has capped Bradford's fantasy value. He's No. 21 in FFToolbox's QB rankings. Even that is a couple spots too high.