Rams News: Cooper Kupp Donating Nike Clothing To Families In Need In Inglewood
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The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has been a difficult time for everyone in the United States, but the Los Angeles Rams have certainly been doing their part in the local community.

Whether it be a telethon to raise money for coronavirus relief funds, or various players donating to different charities either in L.A. or their hometowns, the Rams have been leaders in the community during this difficult time.

While the virus is beginning to get under control in the country and sports and football may be on the verge of returning, there still are a ton of people in need.

Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp recently recognized that and decided to donate $15,000 worth of Nike clothing to families in need in the Inglewood area, per Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic:

This is a tremendous gesture by Kupp, helping out families in need in Inglewood, which will be the Rams’ new home when SoFi Stadium opens up later this year.

Kupp also recently participated in a video with Johnny Hekker and other L.A. athletes thanking essential workers for their hard work during the pandemic. While they often go unnoticed, the country would not be able to get through this difficult time without them.

Meanwhile, on the field, Kupp has decided to switch from No. 18 to his college No. 10 in 2020. With Brandin Cooks no longer on the team, there will be a lot more pressure on him and Robert Woods to produce on offense to get the Rams back to the postseason.