Rams receiver Cooper Kupp has been ruled day to day after further testing of his right ankle, which he sprained in the second quarter against the Titans on Sunday. Kupp did not return to the game and left in the second half. The news was positive for the Rams as their coach, Sean McVay, said that it’s a real possibility that Kupp would be available for Sunday’s game against the Cardinals. Meanwhile, rookie receiver Puka Nacua also suffered an injury during the game. He injured his shoulder on a pass interference penalty in the fourth quarter and is also considered day to day. The Rams will monitor both players’ functionality this week before making any decisions about their availability for Sunday’s game. On a brighter note, running back Kyren Williams is expected to return this week after missing several games due to a left ankle sprain. McVay expressed excitement about having Williams back on the field as he believes his productivity, energy, and overall presence will greatly benefit the team.