Odell Beckham could miss Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Friday that OBJ's status for the Los Angeles Rams' Week 13 tilt is up in the air due to a hip injury.
Rams coach Sean McVay told reporters Friday that he'd be "surprised" if Beckham doesn't play against Jacksonville. McVay has said all week that Beckham will play.
The talented receiver himself later said during his media availability that he expects to play, telling reporters that he's "been through worse." He was officially listed as questionable on the injury report.
Beckham was limited in Wednesday's practice. On Thursday, however, he was downgraded, missing practice.
Rapoport added that the injury isn't considered major but might be enough to keep him out this week.
Beckham has played in two games with the Rams since his release from Cleveland, catching seven of 13 targets for 99 yards and a score. Beckham appeared in pain during L.A.'s loss in Green Bay on Sunday but still played 61 snaps (98 percent).
If OBJ can't play this week, Ben Skowronek, who missed last week's game, would figure to see an increased workload in the Cooper Kupp-led Rams receiver corps.