Rams star receiver Cooper Kupp has received positive news regarding his right ankle injury, which means he could be available to play against the Cardinals on Sunday. After further testing, Kupp was diagnosed with a lateral ankle sprain and is currently considered day to day. His coach, Sean McVay, expressed excitement about Kupp’s potential return and said that he will do everything in his power to be ready for the game.
In addition to Kupp’s potential return, the Rams will also monitor the functionality of rookie receiver Puka Nacua’s shoulder this week. Nacua sustained the injury during a pass interference penalty in the fourth quarter. McVay also called him day to day.
Furthermore, running back Kyren Williams is expected to make a comeback this week after missing several games due to a left ankle sprain. McVay stated that it will be great to have Williams back and that his productivity, play energy, and overall presence will greatly benefit the team.