St. Louis Rams: The team planed on having WR Isaac Bruce participate in Thursday's practice, but plans are made to be broken. Bruce, who is recovering from a high ankle sprain he suffered in last week's win over Seattle, was initially expected to return to practice Saturday but the medical staff was impressed with his quick recovery. But this shouldn't be considered a setback, according to coach Mike Martz. "I think he'll be all right," Martz told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. "We've asked him to stay out of everything until maybe Saturday morning. There's no sense aggravating it. He doesn't need to learn how to run pass routes at this point. We're going to be very careful with Isaac and make sure that he's ready to go. But he's very confident." Bruce did do some jogging and individual agility drills with the strength and conditioning, and appeared to move well.
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