ST. LOUIS, Oct. 28 (UPI) -- Quarterback Sam Bradford will miss a second consecutive game for the St. Louis Rams due to an ankle injury.
The Rams announced Friday A.J. Feeley will again start at quarterback Sunday when St. Louis plays New Orleans. Feeley subbed for Bradford last week against Dallas.
Bradford was injured on the final offensive play of the Oct. 16 game against Green Bay. The injury was diagnosed as a high sprain of the left ankle. Bradford hasn't been able to practice since the injury.
The Rams are 0-6 heading into Sunday's game at home against the 5-2 Saints.