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Bradford out for Rams, Clemens to start at QB

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ST. LOUIS (AP)

Quarterback Sam Bradford is not active for the St. Louis Rams' game against the Cincinnati Bengals, missing his fourth start with a high left ankle sprain.

Backup quarterback A.J. Feeley (thumb) also is inactive for the second straight week, leaving Kellen Clemens, acquired last week, set to make his first start since Dec. 13, 2009 with the Jets in a 26-3 victory at Tampa Bay.

Bengals offensive tackle Andre Smith (ankle) is out for the second straight game. Fullback Chris Pressley (knee) and running back Brian Leonard (knee) also were inactive.

Three other St. Louis starters are inactive: defensive end James Hall (chest), cornerback Justin King (shoulder) and offensive tackle Mark LeVoir (groin).

Tagged: Bengals, Rams

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