Bulger cleared to practice, on track for Sunday start
By Jim Thomas
ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH
Rams quarterback Marc Bulger (10) has been cleared to practice with the team after suffering a concussion against Seattle on Nov. 25.
The second time around on the neuropsych exam when much better for quarterback Marc Bulger. He has been cleared to practice Wednesday. Unless he experiences some complications later in the week, he will start against Cincinnati.
Bulger failed a neursopsych exam last week following a concussion he suffered early in the Rams' Nov. 25 game against Seattle, and was not cleared to play against Atlanta. But he passed the exam on Tuesday. As a result, the Rams did not sign street free agent Todd Bouman to their roster.
Signing Bouman to the roster would've been a necessity had Bulger not been cleared because Gus Frerotte — who replaced Bulger against Atlanta — suffered a shoulder in jury in that game that is expected to sideline him for at least a week.
Meanwhile, cornerback Tye HIll — as speculated — has undergone surgery to repair an injury to his thumb and wrist.
Re: Bulger cleared to practice, on track for Sunday start
well bulger is just getting closer to a career ending injury............... oh well, time to bring in some new blood anyway!