The Los Angeles Rams received good news on Monday regarding the status of their star receiver Cooper Kupp, who suffered a lateral ankle sprain during Sunday’s game against the Green Bay Packers. Kupp left the game in the second quarter and did not return, but further testing has shown that his injury is not as severe as initially thought. Rams coach Sean McVay confirmed that Kupp is considered day to day and could potentially play on Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals.
Meanwhile, rookie receiver Puka Nacua also suffered an injury during Sunday’s game, injuring his shoulder on a pass interference penalty he drew in the fourth quarter. Like Kupp, Nacua is being considered day to day by the Rams. However, running back Kyren Williams is expected to return this week after missing several games due to a sprained left ankle. McVay expressed excitement about the return of Williams, stating that his productivity, energy, and overall presence will be greatly missed by the team.