St. Louis Rams: WR Isaac Bruce left Sunday's 27-22 win over division rival Seattle in the first half after sustaining an injury to his ankle, and never returned. The good news is that X-rays taken at halftime revealed no broken bones. But that doesn't mean that Bruce is out of the woods yet. Bruce didn't seem too concerned with the status of his left ankle but coach Mike Martz was much more cautious. "I don't know if it is one of those high ankle sprains or low sprains, and we won't know until (today)," Martz told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. If Bruce suffered a high ankle sprain, he could miss the final two games of the regular season. Bruce hasn't missed a game since 1998.
Washington Redskins: QB Patrick Ramsey will undergo surgery today to repair a fractured bone in his right foot, according to the Washington Post. During the procedure he will also have a tendon in the foot repaired. Ramsey's rehabilitation period will be approximately 10 weeks, meaning he should be able to resume running in late February and, barring complications, will be able to participate in much of the Redskins' offseason program.
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