Since the Los Angeles Rams completed day one of organized team activities (OTA’s) on Monday, it’s been revealed that second-year WR Josh Reynolds is currently recovering from a torn labrum which he suffered in the Wild Card game vs the Atlanta Falcons:
Rams WR Josh Reynolds recovering from torn labrum https://t.co/B0ZSJ2qhvC— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) May 22, 2018
Reynolds suffered the injury on a special teams snap in the Rams final game of the season, and has since had surgery and rehab at the Rams facility.
Reynolds proved to be a player for the Rams last season as he was pressed into playing time with fellow WR Robert Woods suffering an injury. Reynolds’ brightest performance came in week 12 vs the New Orleans Saints when he registered four receptions for 37 yards and his first NFL touchdown.
Reynolds’ path to playing time seemed to open up once Sammy Watkins departed to Kansas City by way of free agency, though the Rams once again muddied the waters with a trade for New England Patriots WR Brandin Cooks.
Perhaps this injury might have had something to do with the Cooks trade. Regardless, the WR position looks to be a strength in 2018 again for the Rams.