Cooper Kupp



Experience: 7 years

Height: 6-2

Age: 30

Weight: 208 lbs

College: Eastern Washington


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Career Stats

WRTE Career

2017 Los Angeles Rams 15 6 62 869 14 64 5 1 1
2018 Los Angeles Rams 8 8 40 566 14.2 70 6 4 25 6.2 12 0
2019 Los Angeles Rams 16 14 94 1161 12.4 66 10 2 4 2 6 0 3 0
2020 Los Angeles Rams 15 12 92 974 10.6 55 3 4 33 8.2 16 0 1 1
2021 Los Angeles Rams 17 17 145 1947 13.4 59 16 4 18 4.5 18 0
2022 Los Angeles Rams 9 9 75 812 10.8 75 6 9 52 5.8 20 1 2 1
TOTAL 80 66 508 6329 12.6 75 46 23 132 5.7 20 1 7 3



Selected by the Rams in the third round (69th overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft (4/29/17).

NFL Career

  • Became the fourth player in NFL history to win the receiving Triple Crown by leading the NFL in receptions, receiving yards, and receiving TDs during the 2021 season. He led the second place receivers in all three categories by some of the widest margins of any receiving Triple Crown winner. He was the first modern-era triple-crown receiver without a previous Pro Bowl appearance.
  • Was named Super Bowl LVI MVP, the 2021 NFL Offensive Player of the Year and was voted to his first Pro Bowl. Kupp also was voted First-Team All-Pro.
  • His 1,947 receiving yards in the 2021 season ranks second all-time in NFL history behind Calvin Johnson (1,964). His 145 receptions last season also rank second all-time behind Michael Thomas (149). Kupp tied Thomas for first place all-time in red zone receptions (27) and ranks fifth all-time in YAC in a single season (846).
  • He ranks fifth all-time in first down receptions in a single season (89).
  • Kupp sits alone as the only player who has caught at least 130 passes, had 1,800-plus yards and scored at least 20 touchdowns in a season (including playoffs).
  • In the Rams' four postseason wins in 2021, he set a postseason record in receptions (33) for 478 yards and six touchdowns. His postseason receiving yards rank second behind Larry Fitzgerald when he recorded 564 receiving yards and seven touchdowns in 2018.
  • In the 2021 regular season and postseason, Kupp totaled 178 catches, 2,425 yards and 22 touchdowns. He's the first player in NFL history with more than 2,000 receiving yards in a season, breaking the previous record of 1,977 yards held by Fitzgerald.
  • He's only the fourth wideout in NFL history with 100 catches, 1,500 yards, and 15 touchdowns in a season (joining Jerry Rice, Marvin Harrison, and Randy Moss).
  • Set a Rams franchise records in single-season receptions with 145 and receiving yards with 1,947 in 2021.
  • Kupp's 118 receiving yards during Week 18 of the 2021 season marked 13th straight game with 90 or more receiving yards, an NFL record. That game also marked his 22nd career 100-yard receiving game, which tied for fourth in franchise history.
  • Passed 5,000 career receiving yards with a 123-yard performance in Week 14 of the 2021 season. Kupp became just the fifth Rams WR to reach the 5,000-yard mark.
  • Eclipsed 100 yards receiving 11 times in 17 games in 2021. Kupp recorded at least 100 yards receiving in three consecutive games during Weeks 6, 7 and 8, then again in four consecutive games from Week 13 through 16. Only HOF WR Isaac Bruce had a streak of four consecutive 100-yard games, as well as a separate streak of six consecutive 100-yard games in his Rams tenure.
  • Became the first player in the Super Bowl era (since 1970) with at least 800 yards and nine touchdowns in his first seven games of a season.
  • Through seven weeks of the regular season in 2021, Kupp tied Davante Adams' record with most games with 9+ receptions, 90+ receiving yards and 2+ TDs.
  • Became first Rams player with two games of at least 150 yards and two touchdowns since Isaac Bruce did it in 1995. The only other receiver besides Bruce and Kupp with two games of 150 yards and two touchdowns was Elroy Hirsch in 1951.
  • Set a career high with 13 receptions in Week 14 of 2021 with 123 receiving yards.
  • Has been one of the best receivers drafted in the 2017 NFL Draft, ranking first in touchdowns (40), and first in receptions per regular season game (6.1).
  • Led the Rams in receptions (94) and was second in receiving yards (1,161) in 2019. His 2019 campaign marked his first regular season with over 1,000 receiving yards.
  • Led the Rams in receiving yards (869) and ranked second in receptions (62) in his rookie season.
  • Was named to the PFWA All-Rookie team in 2017.
  • Has been named a team captain the past two seasons. 


Kupp was a consensus FCS All-American for four- straight seasons and earned First-Team All-America honors on all eight 2016 teams announced. He had a total of 30 All-America honors in four collegiate seasons (all first-team, including nine in 2013, six in 2014, seven in 2015 and eight in 2016). He earned 14 different national player of the year accolades and was a three- time Academic All-America selection. In 2016, Kupp became the first wide receiver and just the fourth player overall in the 54-year history of the Big Sky Conference to earn First Team All-Big Sky honors four seasons. In 2015, Kupp became only the second wide receiver in 42 years to capture the Big Sky Conference Offensive MVP Award, then became one of only 10 repeat winners in league history in 2016. Kupp was also a two-time team co-captain, honored four times on the Big Sky Conference All-Academic team and was twice selected as an Academic All-Star by the FCS Athletic Director's Association. He was honored as Big Sky Conference Player of the Week six times in his career – four times on offense and twice on special teams. He established 15 FCS, 11 Big Sky and 26 EWU records in his illustrious 52-game Eastern career (all as a starter), and added a collegiate all-division mark. His 6,464 yards, 428 receptions, 73 touchdown catches, 124.3 average yards per game and 1.40 average touchdowns per game were all FCS records. 


Attended Davis High School where he was a two-way All-State selection and earned First-Team 4A All-State honors as a defensive back and honorable mention accolades as a wide receiver from the Associated Press. Kupp finished his senior season with 60 receptions for 1,059 yards (17.7 per catch) and 18 touchdowns. He even scored 22 total touchdowns to set a school record. His parents are Craig and Karin Kupp, who were both inducted into the Pacific Lutheran University Hall of Fame in 2003. His father was a fifth-round draft pick by the New York Giants in 1990 and played in 1991 for the Phoenix Cardinals and the Dallas Cowboys. His grandfather, Jake Kupp, was an offensive lineman for the University of Washington and was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the 1964 NFL draft and played from 1964-75 with stints with the Washington Football Team, New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons. He was named to the NFL All-Rookie team and was inducted into the New Orleans Saints Hall of Fame in 1991. Cooper earned his bachelor's degree in economics. He and his wife, Anna, have one son. 

Community Impact

Kupp has beed the Honorary Chair for the team's Annual Taste of the Rams event that raises funds to benefit the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank which provides nutritious meals to those experiencing food insecurity in Los Angeles County. Last year, Kupp also donated more than $30,000 worth of Nike product to support Inglewood Unified School District students and has participated in a five-week character development session with youth from Operation Progress. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Kupp made a $21,000 donation to purchase 84,000 meals for food banks in the Yakima and Richland areas of Washington, the LA Regional Food Bank and Food Share Ventura County.

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