The Rams suffered a blow on Sunday when their receiver Cooper Kupp was forced to exit the game due to an injury. However, it appears that the injury may not be too severe, and he may not miss much time at all. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media, Kupp is dealing with a low-ankle sprain and the team will evaluate him throughout the week.

Kupp, who had been playing well this season, suffered the injury late in the first half of Sunday’s victory over the Seahawks. He had made 24 receptions for 375 yards with one touchdown before exiting the game. Despite his injury, head coach Sean McVay stated that Kupp had been eager to return to play and had been moving around at the beginning of the second half in hopes of doing so. However, it just didn’t feel right enough for him to continue.

With Kupp out of action, it remains to be seen how the Rams will fare in Week 12 as they take on the Cardinals on the road. Nevertheless, fans will keep their fingers crossed for a quick recovery for one of the team’s key players.

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