The Los Angeles Rams were forced to play the first four games of the season without 2021 Offensive Player of the Year Cooper Kupp because of a hamstring injury, and the receiver left Week 11’s game against the Seattle Seahawks in the second quarterback because of another ailment. It is unclear how serious the injury is for Kupp, but the veteran receiver appeared to be in a lot of pain when he went into the locker room.
Kupp also missed eight games in 2022 due to his hamstring injury.
Cooper Kupp having a tough time on the trainer's table. pic.twitter.com/RDLq5XwLzO— NFL on CBS (@NFLonCBS) November 19, 2023
The Rams struggled to move the ball against the Seahawks prior to Kupp’s injury. Thankfully for L.A.’s offense, the team finally did gain momentum before halftime, scoring a touchdown on a pass to Puka Nacua. If Kupp were to miss the rest of the game or an extended period of time, Nacua is likely to get the majority of Matthew Stafford’s attention as he did in the first four games of the year without Kupp.