LOS ANGELES – Rams large receiver Cooper Kupp is taken into account day-to-day with a sprained ankle, coach Sean McVay stated Monday.
McVay stated “the aim” is for Kupp to play in opposition to the Arizona Cardinals in Week 12 and that there’s “an actual risk he may very well be accessible.” McVay stated Kupp was inspired “primarily based on the way it felt immediately” and the outcomes of the exams on his ankle.
‘I do know he’ll do the whole lot in his energy [to play]McVay stated. “…It is not one thing you are saying is unquestionably not going to be there this week, however you need to see the performance.”
The Rams, in the meantime, will get main rusher Kyren Williams again in opposition to the Cardinals, McVay stated. Williams, who has 456 yards and 7 whole touchdowns (six dashing) this season, was on injured reserve with an ankle harm.
Kupp left the Rams’ win over the Seattle Seahawks within the second quarter on Sunday with an ankle harm. He stood on the sideline with a helmet on within the third quarter, however didn’t return to the sector and was formally dominated out at the beginning of the fourth quarter.
Given Kupp’s historical past with ankle accidents, the Rams will probably be cautious with him when figuring out whether or not he can play in opposition to Arizona, sources instructed ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Kupp completed the 2022 season on injured reserve after leaving a Week 10 loss with a excessive ankle sprain that required surgical procedure.
Kupp, who missed the primary 4 video games of the season with a hamstring harm, has 23 catches for 364 yards and a landing in 2023.