Los Angeles Rams star wide receiver Cooper Kupp had a setback with his hamstring and is now considered day-to-day, head coach Sean McVay told reporters Thursday.
The 30-year-old didn’t appear to be practicing ahead of the announcement. He was on the field but not in uniform, according to The Athletic’s Jourdan Rodrigue.
He was working toward a return after missing the last six weeks of last season with a high ankle sprain.
The star wideout was recently voted a team captain by his teammates, along with quarterback Matthew Stafford, Aaron Donald, Tyler Higbee, Rob Havenstein, Ernest Jones, Jordan Fuller and Ben Skowronek.
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