LOS ANGELES -- Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp is considered day-to-day with a sprained ankle, coach Sean McVay said Monday.
McVay stated that "the goal" is for Kupp to play against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 12 and that there is "a real possibility that he would be available." McVay stated that Kupp was encouraged "based on how it felt today" and the results of the ankle tests.
"I know he's going to do everything in his power [to play]," McVay said. "... It's not something where you're saying he's definitely going to be out for this week, but you want to see the functionality."
The Rams, meanwhile, will get leading rusher Kyren Williams back against the Cardinals, McVay said. Williams, who has 456 yards and seven total touchdowns (six rushing) this season, has been on injured reserve with an ankle injury.
Kupp was injured in the second quarter of the Rams' victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.
He was on the sideline with his helmet on during the third quarter, but he did not return to the field and was called out at the start of the fourth quarter.
Given Kupp's history with ankle injuries, the Rams will be careful with him as they determine whether he can play against Arizona, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Kupp ended the 2022 season on injured reserve after leaving a Week 10 loss with a high ankle sprain that required surgery.
Kupp, who missed the first four games of the season with a hamstring injury, has 23 catches for 364 yards and a touchdown in 2023.