Rams rookie Jacob Harris suffered season-ending knee injury vs. Titans

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The Los Angeles Rams were already pretty thin at wide receiver, but they are even thinner following Sunday night’s blowout loss to the Tennessee Titans. Sean McVay revealed on Monday that Jacob Harris sustained a season-ending injury to his ACL and MCL.

Harris suffered the injury in the second half on a non-contact play. The injury occurred when Harris was blocking a defender and his knee buckled, leading to him needing to be helped off of the field. He was immediately ruled out of the game.

The Rams recently released DeSean Jackson and placed Tutu Atwell on season-ending injured reserve, causing them to activate J.J. Koski from their practice squad to provide depth at wide receiver.

Outside of Cooper Kupp, Robert Woods, Van Jefferson, Ben Skowronek, and Koski, McVay envisioned Harris getting more playing time at wide receiver. But with his unfortunate injury in Week 9, Harris’ rookie campaign will come to an end before he was able to log a stat on offense.

With Harris headed to injured reserve, I would expect the Rams to consider promoting someone from their practice squad or signing someone to replace him. While Harris will begin a long rehab process, we wish him the best in his recovery and hope he comes back stronger when he can make a return.