Cooper Kupp Ruled Out; Left 2nd Quarter With An Ankle Injury

Cooper Kupp left the Los Angeles Rams field to be attended to by medical staff late in the second quarter of the team’s game against the Seattle Seahawks. After a few minutes on the sideline, Kupp went to the locker room. Just before halftime CBS Sports sideline reporter, AJ Ross reported that Cooper Kupp has been listed as questionable to return and she confirmed that it was an ankle injury. A few minutes into the 4th quarter Kupp was officially ruled out.

Cooper Kupp On Sideline after the Injury

Up to that point, the Rams offense had been struggling. Kupp himself had one target and one catch for 11 yards. The Rams offense finished the half by scoring a touchdown with Kupp off the field. The Rams offense finished the first half with 94 yards of offense, 75 of which came on the final drive. Kupp’s injury came when blocking on a toss play to Royce Freeman.

Austin Trammell and Demarcus Robinson seem to be filling in for Kupp. Both had catches in the Rams final drive of the half. Trammell caught 2 passes for 26 yards on the touchdown drive.

Cooper Kupp’s Recent Injury History

Cooper Kupp missed the first four games of the season with a hamstring injury and also missed the final eight games of last season with an ankle injury.

After returning this season, Kupp posted two excellent showings catching 15 passes for 266 yards. But in the three subsequent games he has 8 catches for 98 yards.

Cooper Kupp
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