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  • Rams' Van Jefferson: Lands on IR

    Jefferson (knee) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports. Despite insistence from head coach Sean McVay that Jefferson had not suffered a setback from what was reported to be minor offseason knee surgery, the third-year pass catcher is now set to miss at minimum the first two months of the regular season. Expect Ben Skowronek to once again see a sizable snap count behind the likes of Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson.
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  • Rams' Van Jefferson: Out for a third straight game

    Jefferson (knee) didn't practice Friday and won't play in Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. The third-year pro still hasn't practiced since having minor knee surgery in early August, but his role as the No. 3 receiver appears fairly safe given the lack of production behind Cooper Kupp so far. Ben Skowronek, filling in as the No. 3, has managed only six catches for 41 yards on nine targets in two games, playing 88 and 86 percent of snaps on offense. Jefferson should be more of a threat if/when he moves past the knee surgery and reclaims his role. The lack of practice reps suggests that's unlikely to happen for Week 4 at San Francisco, though the Rams haven't officially ruled him out beyond Week 3.
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  • Rams' Van Jefferson: Another DNP on Thursday

    Jefferson (knee) was a non-participant at Thursday's practice, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. As expected, Jefferson has yet to mix into any drills this week, indicating he's poised to miss a third consecutive contest to kick off the season. Friday's injury report could confirm as much, but assuming Jefferson is sidelined Sunday at Arizona, Ben Skowronek again would be in line for an elevated snap count behind the Rams' top two wide receivers, Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson.
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  • Rams' Van Jefferson: Not expected to practice

    Rams head coach Sean McVay said Wednesday that he doesn't expect Jefferson (knee) to practice this week, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports. Jefferson thus seems likely to miss a third straight game to open the season, giving Ben Skowronek another chance in the No. 3 receiver role Sunday against the Cardinals. Jefferson still hasn't practiced since undergoing minor left knee surgery in early August.
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  • Rams' Van Jefferson: Won't play against Falcons

    Coach Sean McVay said Jefferson (knee) won't play Sunday against the Falcons, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports. Jefferson will miss a second consecutive game to begin the season, which should keep Ben Skowronek in an expanded role against Atlanta. McVay added that Jefferson is progressing in his recovery, but it's too early to tell whether the wide receiver will be ready to play Week 3 against the Cardinals.
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  • Rams' Van Jefferson: Sits out practice Wednesday

    Jefferson (knee) didn't practice Wednesday, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports. Jefferson remains in recovery mode due to a pair of procedures performed on his left knee, one from after the Rams' win in the Super Bowl and another in early August. Both were termed "minor" surgeries, but he still hasn't been able to get back on the field. Head coach Sean McVay told Barshop earlier Wednesday that the team is taking it "a week at a time" with Jefferson's rehab, so another absence to begin the campaign could be in the cards Sunday against the Falcons. If Jefferson is inactive Week 2, Ben Skowronek and, to a lesser extent, Tutu Atwell will be the next two wide receivers behind top options Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson.
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  • Rams' Van Jefferson: May not be back for Week 2

    Head coach Sean McVay said Wednesday that the Rams are taking it "a week at a time" with Jefferson's knee injury, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports. The comment is less than encouraging for Jefferson's chances of suiting up Sunday against the Falcons, though prior reports have suggested that the receiver will likely miss the first two games of the season. Ben Skowronek filled in as the No. 3 receiver in a Week 1 loss to Buffalo, catching four of six targets for 25 yards while playing 88 percent of the snaps on offense.
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  • Rams' Van Jefferson: Could miss first two games

    Jefferson (knee), who is listed as out for Thursday's season opener with the Bills, could also be in line to miss the Rams' Week 2 matchup with the Falcons, Josina Anderson of CBS Sports reports. Though Jefferson will benefit from a lengthier turnaround for Week 2 with the Rams not facing off against Atlanta until Sept. 18, the wideout may not be fully recovered by that time from the two offseason procedures he required on his left knee. Jefferson had his first procedure shortly after the Rams' Super Bowl win in February, only to require what he termed as another "minor" surgery in early August when he suffered an apparent aggravation of the knee early in training camp. The 26-year-old is said to be progressing, but he hasn't practiced in any capacity since having the second procedure and will likely need to get in at least one or two full workouts next week to have a realistic shot at suiting up against the Falcons. As for the Week 1 matchup, Ben Skowronek is expected to get the first crack at replacing Jefferson as the Rams' No. 3 wideout behind Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson.
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  • Rams' Van Jefferson: Misses another practice

    Jefferson (knee) wasn't spotted on the field for Tuesday's practice, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports. Jefferson will go down as a non-participant on the practice report for the second day in a row, giving him one final opportunity Wednesday to get on the field and potentially put himself in position to play in Thursday's season opener against the Bills. Earlier Tuesday, head coach Sean McVay told Barshop that Jefferson is "day-to-day," but that description doesn't necessarily inspire much confidence that the wideout will be ready to play Thursday. If Jefferson requires more time to recover from his early August left knee scope and sits out the season opener, Tutu Atwell and/or Ben Skowronek could be in line to fill most of the vacated snaps alongside starting receivers Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson.
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  • Rams' Van Jefferson: Making progress

    Coach Sean McVay noted Friday that Jefferson is "making good progress" as he rebounds from a training camp knee procedure, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports. McVay added that the Rams are "taking it a day at a time" with regard to Jefferson and his availability for the team's season opener, Thursday against the Bills. Look for added clarity on that front to arrive early next week, once the the team is required to post an official practice/injury report. If Jefferson is sidelined or limited in Week 1, Ben Skowronek and Tutu Atwell are next up for added WR looks behind Los Angeles' top duo of Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson.
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  • Rams' Van Jefferson: Week 1 status TBD

    When asked if he expects Jefferson (knee) to be available for Week 1 action, coach Sean McVay acknowledged Monday "that's up in the air right now," Stu Jackson of the Rams' official site reports. On Monday, it was revealed that Jefferson has "a little knee tweak" and will undergo "minor surgery" on Tuesday to address the issue. Though McVay noted that Jefferson's initial timetable for a return is a few weeks, the Rams expect to have a better feel for exactly when the wideout might return after they "see how the surgery goes." As long as Jefferson is sidelined, Ben Skowronek and Tutu Atwell, among others, figure to see added opportunities to push for early-season reps behind top WR options Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson. Moreover, Odell Beckham remains on Los Angeles' radar, but it's unclear when the free agent will be fully recovered from the torn ACL that he suffered in Super Bowl LVI.
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  • Rams' Van Jefferson: Set to see specialist Monday

    Jefferson will see a specialist Monday for a lingering knee issue and potentially could miss multiple weeks of training camp, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Jefferson underwent a minor knee procedure during the offseason but was expected to be fully healthy by the start of training camp. Per Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic, Rams head coach Sean McVay declined to say whether the wideout's current situation was related to the knee procedure, but it's concerning either way. Second-year wideouts Ben Skowronek and Tutu Atwell figure to garner increased opportunities in three-wide sets during training camp with Jefferson expected to be sidelined for at least a few weeks.
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  • Rams' Van Jefferson: Healthy after offseason procedure

    Jefferson is healthy for the start of training camp after undergoing a minor knee procedure early in the offseason, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. The 2020 second-round pick, who will turn 26 on Tuesday, played through the knee injury down the stretch last year, though he still took the field for every regular season and playoff game. Jefferson finished his second year in the league with 50 receptions for 802 yards and six touchdowns, and he should enter camp as Los Angeles' No. 3 wideout behind Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson.
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  • Rams' Van Jefferson: Four grabs in Super Bowl win

    Jefferson brought in four of eight targets for 23 yards during the Rams' 23-20 win over the Bengals in Super Bowl LVI on Sunday. The speedster came into the game still somewhat nursing a knee injury he'd suffered in the NFC Championship Game, and perhaps that played a role in his limited production even after Odell Beckham left the game for good in the second quarter due to his own knee issue. Jefferson was also the target on Matthew Stafford's first interception late in the first half, a ball that the Bengals' Jessie Bates came down with in the end zone. However, Jefferson's reception total actually tied him for second on the Rams for the night, and it qualified as his highest since Week 17. Looking ahead to the 2022 season, Jefferson will be aiming to build on the significant step forward he took during a sophomore campaign that saw him contribute a 50-802-6 line across 17 games.
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  • Rams' Van Jefferson: Logs full practice Thursday

    Jefferson (knee) was listed as a full participant at Thursday's practice, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports. This marks Jefferson's first uncapped session since aggravating a knee injury during the Rams' win in the NFC Championship Game against the 49ers on Jan. 30. Now that he's set for Sunday's Super Bowl LVI matchup with the Bengals, he'll settle in behind Cooper Kupp and Odell Beckham as L.A.'s third wide receiver, which has amounted to a 25-394-3 line on 45 targets in 10 contests (including playoffs) with Beckham in the fold.
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  • Rams' Van Jefferson: Listed as limited Wednesday

    Jefferson (knee) was a limited participant in Wednesday's walk-through practice, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports. Jefferson so far has been listed as limited on three of the Rams' four injury reports in advance of Super Bowl LVI (he sat out last Friday's session). A knee injury is to blame and also affected his practice reps ahead of the NFC Championship Game on Jan. 30. How Jefferson fares in practice Thursday and Friday likely will determine whether or not he has a designation for Sunday's game versus the Bengals.
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  • Rams' Van Jefferson: Limited again Thursday

    Jefferson (knee) was limited at Thursday's walkthrough, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports. Jefferson tended to a knee injury before and during the Rams' win in the NFC Championship Game versus the 49ers this past Sunday. The result in that contest was two catches (on five targets) for nine yards, and he's kicked off this week with back-to-back limited listings on the practice report. With more than a week to go ahead of a Super Bowl matchup against the Bengals on Sunday, Feb. 13, Jefferson doesn't appear to be in too much danger of ceding his spot as L.A.'s third wide receiver.
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  • Rams' Van Jefferson: Listed as limited Wednesday

    Jefferson (knee) was listed as a limited participant on Wednesday's estimated practice report, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Prior to suiting up for the Rams' victory in the NFC Championship Game over the 49ers last weekend, Jefferson managed two limited practices due to a knee injury, with a decision on his availability coming down to the wire. The issue even forced him to miss some time during the aforementioned contest, but he returned and finished with two catches (on five targets) for nine yards. Fortunately for the second-year wide receiver, Jefferson will have two weeks to prepare for a Super Bowl matchup with the Bengals on Feb. 13. The fact he was listed as limited to begin prep for that game bodes well for his chances to suit up.
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  • Rams' Van Jefferson: Another lackluster showing

    Jefferson caught two of five targets for nine yards during Sunday's 20-17 win over the 49ers in the NFC Championship Game. The five targets were a playoff high for Jefferson, and he also missed time during the game with a knee injury. Additionally, with two weeks to heal up, the second-year wideout projects to be ready for the Super Bowl. He'll remain a risky fantasy option, though. Jefferson's been limited to just five receptions for 79 yards through three postseason games.
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  • Rams' Van Jefferson: Gets back on practice field

    Jefferson (knee) was a limited practice participant Thursday, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Jefferson is easing into the week of prep, following up Wednesday's absence with some activity Thursday. He'll look to do enough to gain clearance to play in the NFC Championship Game at the Rams, whether it's following the release of Friday's practice report or 90 minutes before Sunday's 6:30 p.m. ET kickoff.
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