Rams Cooper Kupp Injures Ankle; ‘didn’t look good’ says Sean McVay


INGLEWOOD, Calif. — Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay mentioned he did not have an replace on vast receiver Cooper Kupp’s ankle harm, however famous, “I simply realize it did not look good. It did not look good.”

Kupp pulled out of the Rams’ 27-17 loss to the Arizona Cardinals early within the fourth quarter after injuring his ankle whereas making an attempt to catch a cross from quarterback John Wolford. Kupp appeared to seize his proper ankle after the play and was helped onto the bench by the staff’s medical employees. He was checked after which went to the locker room. Kupp didn’t communicate to the media after the sport.

Kupp left the Rams’ Week 8 recreation with a proper ankle harm after taking a knock late within the fourth quarter. He spoke after the sport, saying that preliminary exams have been aimed “to keep away from a bullet”. He was on the Rams’ harm report the next week, however performed within the week 9 recreation.

That Rams offense relied on Kupp this season: Coming into Week 10, the vast receiver accounted for 35.7% of the Rams’ receptions this season, in line with ESPN Stats & Data. That is the very best score of any participant within the league.

“He is surely one of the best vast receiver within the league,” Wolford mentioned. “He is an awesome chief for us and we’ll undoubtedly really feel an impression that he isn’t there, however the guys have to put in some effort and now we have to get well if he cannot go from the harm but, although.”

Kupp entered the sport with 72 receptions, for a tempo of 153 in a 17-game season, in line with ESPN Stats & Data. The NFL single-season document is 149 by Michael Thomas for the Saints in 2019.

Kupp completed the sport with three receptions for the worst yards of his profession – minus 1.

The Rams have been with out beginning quarterback Matthew Stafford, who entered concussion protocol Tuesday and didn’t launch him earlier than the sport.