On Sunday in London, Rams receiver Brandin Cooks suffered his fourth concussion since Super Bowl LII, and his second in less than a month. On Tuesday, coach Sean McVay said that Cooks will see a specialist in Pittsburgh.
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McValy said Cooks is feeling good and aware of what's going on but he's concerned about Cooks as a human being. It doesn't sound great as far as Cooks coming back any time soon based on McVay's comments. The question now becomes whether or not any doctor will clear Cooks to return. Reynolds could see a boost in value if Cooks misses time. The Rams have a bye this week.