When is Cooper Kupp getting back to play for the Rams?
The Los Angeles Rams head coach, Sean McVay, stated that the team is hopeful that their standout wide receiver, Cooper Kupp, will be able to play in Week 5.
The head coach of the Los Angeles Rams, Sean McVay, has announced that the team is hopeful that their standout wide receiver, Cooper Kupp, will be available to play in Week 5. However, McVay also stressed the importance of not rushing Kupp’s recovery process. The team wants to ensure that Kupp is fully healed and performs at his usual level to avoid further complications or setbacks. This shows the Rams’ commitment to their players’ well-being and focus on long-term success.
Kupp was included on the list of injured players before the start of the season due to problems with his hamstring, which means he could not play in the first four games of the regular season. The All-Pro wide receiver got injured in early August during training camp, and his recovery was complicated, which further extended his recovery. In a recent press conference, the head coach of the Los Angeles Rams, Sean McVay, shared some updates about the team’s star wide receiver, Cooper Kupp.
“He’s doing a great job with [VP of sports medicine Reggie Scott] and his group, but when you’re talking about returning to performance and to play, those are different things,” McVay said. “And we want him to be able to return to performance at the level he’s capable of.”
Kupp has been dealing with a hamstring injury that forced the Rams to include him on the list of players who are not part of the lineup due to injury before the start of the season. The All-Pro wide receiver sustained the injury during training camp in early August, and his recovery has been complicated, leading to an extended absence from the field.
Kupp has been out of action since the ninth week of the previous season due to injury problems. Specifically, he suffered an ankle injury that rendered him unable to play. Before his absence, Kupp had an impressive record of 75 catches for 812 yards and six touchdowns. Despite his recent setback, Kupp remains a valuable player on the team when he fully recovers.