College: South Carolina | 3 years
Height: 5'11" | Weight: 208 lbs
Birth Date: 3/7/1995
2018 Bye Week: 12
On IR - Designated For Return - ankle
Total Pts: 0
Avg Pts: 0.00
Rank: 213 WR
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Los Angeles Rams wide receiver/kick returner Pharoh Cooper (ankle) has been designated to return from Injured Reserve. Cooper will begin practicing with the team this week and they have three weeks to activate him. He returned two punts and three kickoffs in one game before injuring his ankle. He's unlikely to factor in on offense with Cooper Kupp (knee) out for the year, but Cooper is an All-Pro returner that will definitely boost the special teams when he's back.
The Los Angeles Rams feature multiple reigning All-Pro's on their roster. Unfortunately for them, one of them has spent nearly every game on Injured Reserve in the form of return specialist Pharoh Cooper (ankle). He's become eligible to return to the team, but the returners they have in place have performed very well in his stead. Cooper can make a big play happen in the blink of an eye, and, while the Rams have had good play from these two, Cooper is an All-Pro at two positions for a reason. He can give this team a boost, and that can boost the defense's value in fantasy. They've struggled on that side of the ball this season due to injuries, but Cooper can help them get back to the level that they were expected to have before the season started.
The Los Angeles Rams placed wide receiver and kick returner Pharoh Cooper (ankle) on Injured Reserve on Wednesday. Cooper will be eligible to return after eight weeks. Losing the All-Pro kick returner is a big loss for the Rams special teams, but it shouldn't stop you from rolling out the team's defense/special teams every week.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Pharoh Cooper (ankle) "might be out for some time," according to head coach Sean McVay. It's sounding like Cooper may need to undergo surgery. Cooper is mainly a special teams kick returner, so while he doesn't have individual fantasy value, his loss could affect the return game a bit. LA's defense/special teams still remains an elite unit.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Pharoh Cooper (ankle) left the game early in the fourth quarter in Week 1 against the Raiders on Monday night and is questionable to return. Cooper is the team's main kick returner, so he doesn't have any fantasy value unless you're in a league that counts return yardage. Even then, Cooper isn't much to look at.