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Rams' Donald suffered high ankle sprain vs. Chiefs

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Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald suffered a high ankle sprain during Sunday's loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, head coach Sean McVay announced Monday, according to The Athletic's Jourdan Rodrigue.

Donald is undergoing further testing, and McVay didn't have an update on how much time he'll miss.

The 31-year-old Donald has only missed two games throughout his nine-year career. He has 49 tackles and five sacks this season.

The Rams are also dealing with injuries on the offensive side of the ball. McVay said quarterback Matthew Stafford is still in concussion protocol and has no update on when he will be back, according to ESPN's Sarah Barshop.

McVay said Sunday that wide receiver Allen Robinson will miss the rest of the season with a foot injury. Cooper Kupp is on injured reserve with an ankle ailment.

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