Rams star receiver Cooper Kupp received good news Monday after further testing of his right ankle. He has a lateral ankle sprain and is considered day to day, according to Rams coach Sean McVay. This means that he could play Sunday against the Cardinals, although the team will monitor his functionality this week before making a final decision.
Meanwhile, the Rams have also been keeping an eye on rookie receiver Puka Nacua, who injured his shoulder on a pass interference penalty in the fourth quarter. McVay has called him day to day as well. However, it’s likely that Nacua will miss Sunday’s game against the Cardinals due to his injury.
On a more positive note, running back Kyren Williams is set to return this week after missing several games due to a sprained left ankle. McVay expressed excitement about Williams’ return, noting that his productivity, play energy, and overall presence would be greatly missed by the team. Williams should provide a boost to the Rams’ offense as they continue their quest for a Super Bowl championship.