A receiver visiting a specialist to take a look at a hamstring damage isn’t going to be excellent news.
Los Angeles Rams star receiver Cooper Kupp had a setback with a hamstring damage he suffered early in coaching camp. He reportedly visited a specialist in Minnesota to get it checked out. However nonetheless, he hasn’t been dominated out for the Rams’ Week 1 opener towards the Seattle Seahawks.
Rams coach Sean McVay stated Monday Kupp was nonetheless in Minneapolis however he would not rule out Kupp for the opener, via Gary Klein of the Los Angeles Times.
McVay did add that the workforce is targeted on Kupp’s “return to efficiency,” via Klein. That is a sign Kupp may very well be out some time whereas he will get again to 100%, however McVay did not make any determinations about his availability on Monday. That does not assist fantasy soccer drafters; Kupp was a consensus first-round decide earlier than his setback.
The Rams is likely to be in hassle with out Kupp. Their roster was already skinny after a tough offseason as they acquired their wage cap so as. One of many causes for hope was Kupp, the Tremendous Bowl MVP two seasons in the past. With out him, the Rams’ prime cross catchers are Van Jefferson and tight finish Tyler Higbee.
The Seahawks are ready to seek out out if they will need to face Kupp on Sunday. McVay did not rule Kupp out for the season opener, but it surely sounds unlikely he’ll be again instantly.