Glendale, AZ – St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford is starting Sunday at Arizona after missing the last two games with a high left ankle sprain.
He will wear a thin brace on the ankle.
Meanwhile, Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb was inactive because of turf toe, leaving second-year pro John Skelton to start in his place.
Bradford last played in a 24-3 loss to Green Bay on October 16 and was hurt on the final offensive play of the game.
The Rams went 1-1 in his absence, getting their first win of the season last week in a 31-21 shocker over New Orleans. Backup A.J. Feeley started both games.
Bradford, the former No. 1 overall draft pick, threw for 1,177 yards and three touchdowns in his first five games this season.
Offensive tackle Jason Smith and defensive tackle Darell Scott are sitting for St. Louis because of concussions. Wide receiver Danario Alexander will miss the game with a hamstring injury.