When the Los Angeles Rams arrive at Lambeau Field for Saturday’s NFC Divisional Round playoff game, the Green Bay Packers may not be injured.
Rams coach Sean McVeigh said on Sunday that he wants defensive winger Aaron Donald and wide receiver Cooper Kupp to face the Packers despite new injuries.
The Rams disrupted the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday, but Donald (rib) and Cooper (knee) both left the game and did not return. McVay labeled it every day and expressed confidence in the ability of both sides to play against the Packers in the next round of the playoffs.
Donald hurt a rib when attacking Russell Wilson in the second half. At the end of the fourth quarter, Koop was in trouble at the end of the game.
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The Rams’ leading receiver, Kupp, has captured 92 passes, 974 yards, and 3 touchdowns this season.
The Rams have yet to decide who will play quarterback on Saturday. McVeigh must choose between Jared Goff, who is caring for a thumb injury, and John Wolford, who was eliminated in Saturday’s victory due to a stinger. Although the quarterback situation seems a bit chaotic, if Donald and Cooper can participate in the game, the Rams will be of great help in entering the Rambo Stadium.
It is unclear how Green Bay factors (including cold) affect the Rams’ injury.
The Rams will not release an injury report until later this week. The official injury designation for the game will not be announced until Friday.