Rams QB Sam Bradford will start in Monday night's game against the Seahawks. He was listed as questionable, as he has been dealing with a high ankle sprain.
CBS' Charley Casserly first reported that Bradford would start.
Bradford has missed three games this season. His backup, A.J. Feeley, is out with a thumb injury. The team signed Kellen Clemens during the week and also has Tom Brandstater on the roster.
In his second season, Bradford has struggled. He has only six touchdown passes and five interceptions and a 1-8 record as a starter. The last time the Rams played Seattle, Bradford completed 20-of-40 passes for 180 yards in a 24-7 loss.