The latest injury report of Cooper Kupp and Zach Ertz for WEEK 10

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The game between the Arizona Cardinals and the Los Angeles Rams was exciting and dramatic not only from a professional standpoint, but also due to injuries. Surprisingly, Cooper Kupp and Zach Ertz were forced to leave the game early due to injuries.

Cooper Kupp of the Rams and Zach Ertz of the Cardinals both had to leave the game early due to injuries

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Cooper Kupp, a wide receiver, left the game early in the fourth quarter due to a right leg injury.

Before the Rams listed his return as “doubtful”

  • You can read more about the latest injury status of Cooper Kupp here (updated Nov. 15)

Kupp suffered the injury while attempting to catch a pass and appearing to have his right ankle rolled up underneath Cardinals cornerback Marco Wilson. Kupp had to be helped to the sidelines because he couldn’t put weight on his leg.

The Rams and Kupp are hoping that the wideout struck gold once more, avoiding a serious injury that could keep him out for the season.

“It just got rolled up a little bit,” Kupp told Sarah Barshop of ESPN. “The foot got caught, but I think it was able to slide out before too much damage was done.”

Kupp had a similar scare against the San Francisco 49ers two weeks ago but did not miss any time.

Meanwhile, Cardinals tight end Zach Ertz was injured in the first quarter after making a 12-yard catch at Sofi Stadium.

He was able to walk off the field on his own, but he went directly to the blue medical tent. However, he was quickly carted into the locker room. Arizona deemed his return “questionable.”

To begin the 2022 season, Ertz has been an important cog in Arizona’s offense. By far the most among tight ends on the roster, he had played 86 percent of the team’s snaps entering Week 10.

Without the 32-year-old, the Cardinals will have to rely on some of their talented but unproven depth at the position.

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