Allen Robinson, a wide receiver, has already completed his first season in Los Angeles after a dismal start. Following Sunday’s defeat to the Kansas City Chiefs, Rams head coach Sean McVay notified the media that Robinson will need season-ending foot surgery. Allen needs a screw during surgery for a stress fracture.
Robinson, quarterback Matthew Stafford, and wide receiver Cooper Kupp did not participate in the defeat to the Chiefs as the beleaguered 3-8 Rams continue to suffer personnel and standings setbacks. In March, Robinson agreed to a three-year, $46.5 million contract with the defending Super Bowl winners. He, though, was a microcosm of the Rams’ offensive problems and was unable to ever develop a rhythm. Robinson’s debut season with Los Angeles comes to a close after 10 games with 33 receptions for 339 yards and three touchdowns.