Thomas (groin) was placed on injured reserve Monday, Clarence Dennis of the Rams' official site reports. Thomas underwent a groin procedure on Sep. 14 that will keep him out for the foreseeable future. Josh Reynolds and JoJo Natson figure to be the beneficiaries of Thomas' absence.
Thomas (hip) underwent a groin procedure Friday and will not play in Week 2, Vincent Bonsignore of The Athletic Los Angeles reports. Thomas underwent a procedure to address the groin injury he sustained in the Rams' season opener. The depth wideout is likely to miss multiple weeks due to the injury, and fellow receivers Josh Reynolds and JoJo Natson could see an increase in usage while Thomas remains sidelined.
Thomas was absent from practice Wednesday due to a hip injury, Lindsey Thiry of ESPN.com reports. Head coach Sean McVay revealed a day earlier that Thomas suffered a groin injury in the Rams' win over the Raiders on Monday, but the team's official report suggests a different issue is plaguing the wideout. Regardless, McVay said Thomas is likely to miss multiple weeks due to the injury, thereby making it safe to rule him out for at least Sunday's contest against the Cardinals. The Rams added some depth to their receiver room Wednesday by re-signing JoJo Natson.
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.
Thomas is dealing with a groin injury, according to head coach Sean McVay, Rich Hammond of The Orange County Register reports. Look for more details on the injury to emerge later this week, but it's not a good sign for the Rams, as starting returner Pharoh Cooper likely is out multiple weeks after suffering an ankle injury in Monday's win over the Raiders.
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