Raiders receiver Amari Cooper suffered both a concussion and a sprained ankle on the same play Sunday against the Broncos, per Adam Schefter of ESPN. Cooper took a big hit from safety Darian Stewart during the 21-14 win and was later ruled out with a concussion. Stewart earned a 15-yard penalty on the play for unnecessary roughness. It turns out he will not only need to clear the concussion protocol in order to play next week against the Giants, he will also need to prove he can play through the ankle injury. The 23-year-old caught only one pass before the injuries, although it went for a nine-yard touchdown. It was his fifth score of the year and second in as many weeks since the Week 10 bye.
Amari Cooper Suffered Ankle Injury in Addition to Concussion vs. Broncos
Bleacher Report | Nov 27