Brandon Lloyd joined Rams practice on Wednesday and looked good.
Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo said, "It looked like he didn't skip a beat, kind of stepped in there and looked like he had been in there for a month. It will take some work to get the timing down, but he does know the system."
Lloyd is an old hand at getting the timing down. Only once in his career has Lloyd worked with the same QB the entire season, 2007, with the Redskins and Jason Campbell. So, whether A.J. Feeley or Sam Bradford gets the call Sunday against the Cowboys seems irrelevant.
"I'm pretty used to switching around," he said with a hearty laugh. "So it doesn't matter who the quarterback is."
Normally we're not fans of WRs who change teams midseason, but Lloyd has two things going for him: He knows the offense and there is plenty of opportunity for snaps and targets in the Rams less-than-stellar receiving corps. The biggest hurdle for Lloyd is developing a rapport with Sam Bradford, who is missing practice with a sprained ankle.