A disappointing first season in Los Angeles ended for wide receiver Allen Robinson.
Robinson will need foot surgery at the end of the season, Rams head coach Sean McVeigh told reporters after Sunday’s loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport revealed that Allen has a stress fracture that will require a screw after surgery.
Robinson didn’t play in the Chiefs’ loss, and neither did quarterback Matthew Stafford or wide receiver Cooper Kupp as staff and standings losses mount for the struggling 3-8 Rams.
In March, Robinson signed a three-year, $46.5 million contract with the reigning Super Bowl champions as a free agent.
However, he never managed to find the groove, and he was a microcosm of the Rams’ attacking struggle.
Robinson’s first season in Los Angeles ended with 33 catches for 339 yards and three touchdowns in 10 games.