Cooper Kupp, WR (LAR)

Progressing well after surgery

Kupp told reporters during Rams exit interviews that his rehab from ankle surgery is going well, Cameron DeSilva of USA Today reports.

Kupp chose to undergo tightrope surgery to repair his right high-ankle sprain instead of hoping it would heal with just rest, a decision made considerably easier given the Rams' 3-7 record at the time of the injury. Prior to the procedure, Kupp was on pace for another huge season with a 75-812-6 line through nine games and an additional 9-52-1 rushing line, which includes his injury-shortened Week 10 contest. Kupp was quoted during the interview as saying, "The trainers all feel good where we're at, feel like we're making good time on things," which seems like excellent news for his status for the start of the 2023 season. With quarterback Matthew Stafford (neck) and coach Sean McVay returning, Kupp should be able to return to elite form even with former offensive coordinator Liam Coen leaving to return to the college ranks at Kentucky.

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Matthew Stafford

Matthew Stafford


Plans to be back for OTAs

Stafford (neck) said Monday that he expects to avoid surgery to address his spinal cord contusion and plans to be a full participant for OTAs in April, Cameron DaSilva of USA Today reports. "I had obviously the thumb a couple years ago, and then elbow stuff that I wasn't able to really participate in a whole lot of stuff when it comes to throwing the football for a long time," Stafford said. "So to be able to do that at a way more regular pace, which is exciting for me as a player, that's what I want to do. I want to be out there, I want to be able to throw and be a part of the team."

Tutu Atwell

Tutu Atwell


Logs second TD of season

Atwell caught two of three targets for 27 yards and rushed once for 11 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 19-16 overtime loss to the Seahawks.