Rams' Mike Thomas: Could be out for 'weeks'
Head coach Sean McVay said Tuesday that Thomas suffered a groin injury in the Rams' season-opening win over the Raiders that could sideline the wideout for "weeks," Joe Curley of the Ventura County Star reports.
Thomas only played 12 snaps -- all on special teams -- in the 33-13 victory, but that was apparently enough for the 24-year-old to get banged up. Given McVay's comments, it seems rather unlikely that Thomas will practice this week or play Sunday against the Cardinals, but the Rams may not make a formal ruling on his status until Friday. In addition to Thomas, fellow depth wideout Pharoh Cooper (ankle) also appears in store for a multi-week absence, which could prompt the Rams to add another receiver to the roster.
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