May 30, 2024

Browns’ Amari Cooper Injured In First Half Against Rams

Browns Amari Cooper injured update, concussion protocol - Dawgs By Nature

Wide receiver Amari Cooper left the field early in the first half of the Browns’ game against the Rams, meaning the team lost yet another important offensive player.

The hits never stop coming. in the true sense.

leading wideout for the Browns In the second quarter of the team’s game against the Rams, Amari Cooper left the game due to multiple hits on a play that made it difficult for him to stand up. Eventually, he would find his way to the sideline and the blue medical tent. Cooper was ruled out for the remainder of the afternoon before the half ended.

Starting quarterback Joe Flacco hit Cooper on a fast slant off to the right side for what would have been a six-yard gain on third-and-four from the 50, but Cooper dropped the pass and was hemmed in by two defenders who were trying to bring him down.

Cooper laid on the turf with his hands on his helmet for a short period of time before making his way to the sideline to be evaluated for a head injury. At the time, there was about 8:30 of game clock remaining in the quarter.

Following a three-and-out by the Rams, which was forced by Cleveland’s defense, the offense regained possession of the ball and proceeded to play without Cooper. The 29-year-old wide receiver was spotted making his way to the locker room not long after the next offensive series got underway. His return was initially considered “questionable.” But he won’t be back in the game, meaning Flacco will have to lead the Browns offense the remainder of the way without his best weapon.

Cooper is the Browns leading receiver this season, with 765 yards receiving and two touchdowns so far this season. Before exiting, the former Cowboy had hauled in three catches for 34 yards.

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