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McVay: Cooks expected to play, Havenstein "probably going to be doubtful" for Rams-Ravens

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. – Rams head coach Sean McVay said he expects WR Brandin Cooks (concussion) to play against the Ravens next Monday.

"He's been in great spirits, he's been in good shape, so the anticipation is that he will be able to play this week," McVay said.

Cooks has missed the Rams' last two games, though he practiced in a limited capacity last week as well as the last practice leading into Los Angeles' Week 10 matchup at Pittsburgh. He has 27 receptions for 402 yards and one touchdown across eight games.

RT Rob Havenstein (knee), however, is "probably going to be doubtful for this week," McVay said.

McVay previously said Havenstein could miss up to two weeks because of his injury, and Havenstein missed Sunday's game against the Bears. Rookie Bobby Evans started in his place.

"(Havenstein) is making good progress, (but) to have a finite answer on exactly when he'll play a week from today is difficult," McVay said.

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