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 ST. LOUIS (AP) -St. Louis Rams quarterback Marc Bulger took all the repetitions in practice on Wednesday and is on track to return after missing two games with a concussion.
Coach Scott Linehan said he'd wait until Friday, after two more days of practice and no symptoms, before saying Bulger will start Sunday's home game against the Green Bay Packers.
``I thought he looked fine,'' Linehan said. ``More importantly, it's how he gets through the week.''
Linehan was cautiously optimistic after last week, when Bulger received medical clearance on Tuesday and practiced for two days before experiencing a setback and sitting out a 19-10 loss at Cincinnati.
Bulger didn't want to compare how he felt on Wednesday to how he felt a week ago.
``I'd hate to sit here and play a percentage game or guess whether I'm going to play or not,'' Bulger said. ``I felt good today and I'm just going to wait until Friday.''
Last week the Rams were also without backup Gus Frerotte, who has a shoulder injury, and elevated Brock Berlin from the practice squad to make his NFL debut.

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