Brandin Cooks, Cooper Kupp clear concussion protocol
Both Cooks and Kupp did not play in the second half last week after being diagnosed with concussions.
Cooks was injured on a hit from Seahawks safety Tedric Thompson in the second quarter, and Kupp told the team’s medical staff at halftime he was having concussion-like symptoms after hitting his head on the turf late in the first half.
“Been able to go through this week and move through the protocol here, and [I’m] just being smart about making sure that I’m 100 percent,” Kupp said, via Lindsey Thiry of ESPN. “I wouldn’t be out there if I wasn’t for sure I was 100 percent. So it’s been a different week, for sure, just having to go through this protocol and not being able to practice. But it’s part of it. I understand it.”
Cooks has 26 catches for 452 yards and a touchdown, and Kupp has made 30 receptions fro 438 yards and five touchdowns.
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October 13, 2018 at 01:33PM