Report: Amari Cooper Officially Out Of Concussion Protocol, Did Not Practice Wednesday

DENVER, CO - OCTOBER 1: Wide receiver Amari Cooper #89 of the Oakland Raiders runs onto the field before a game against the Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on October 1, 2017 in Denver, Colorado.
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Good news Oakland Raiders fans, wide receiver Amari Cooper is officially out of concussion protocol from the hit he received from Broncos’ safety Darian Stewart on November 26.

However, it was confirmed that he didn’t practice on Wednesday with an ankle injury.

Raiders beat writer Matt Kawahara tweeted the news Wednesday afternoon.

The injury in question happened during the second quarter during Oakland’s eventual 21-14 win over their division rival.

Cooper was running a slant pattern from the right side of the field and the ball was thrown high from Derek Carr when Broncos safety Darian Stewart arrived and hit Cooper in the neck and head area. Stewart was flagged for unnecessary roughness.

It was later confirmed that he suffered a sprained ankle during the game, per ESPN‘s Adam Schefter.

It is unsure whether he will play Sunday vs the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium. However, he’s described as hopeful, per NFL Insider Ian Rappaport.

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