The Los Angeles player suffered an anterior cruciate ligament injury that will sideline him for all of 2021
The wide receiver of Los Angeles Rams, Robert Woods, is out for the rest of the season after breaking the Anterior cruciate ligament of the left knee in Friday’s practice, head coach Sean McVay announced that Saturday.
Woods got hurt in what McVay described as a “strange accident“And then he got up and finished training, sources told Adam Schefter and Dianna Russini of ESPN. After conducting interviews with the press, Woods underwent tests that confirmed the injury.
“I feel bad for Robert“declared the head coach of the Rams this Saturday. “He represents all the right things. He’s a great competitor, a tough player, a great football player, a great person. He’s very unfortunate.”
McVay said that Woods he was running a route without a defender and he put his foot on the ground badly.
“He came back and said he felt good, we ended up doing a review and he revealed the result that we all know,” McVay said.
The Rams (7-2), seeking depth at position after cutting DeSean Jackson, signed free agent Odell Beckham Jr. Thursday after being cut by the Cleveland Browns.
Beckham will debut with the Rams against the San Francisco 49ers in “Monday Night Football“, the sources told ESPN. The 49ers have won four straight games against the Rams.
However, the loss of Woods cannot be overlooked as the Rams They are aggressively looking to get to Super Bowl LVI at SoFi Stadium in February.
This season, Woods He is second on the team behind Cooper Kupp, the NFL’s leading receiver, with 45 receptions for 556 yards and four touchdowns. Woods he has also rushed for 46 yards and a touchdown on eight carries.
Information from Nick Wagoner and AP was used in the writing of this note.