His return is good news for Jared Goff, Cooper Kupp and the entire Rams' offense as he's the most adept deep threat. His return pushes Josh Reynolds back to the WR4 on the depth chart as long as Robert Woods, returning from a personal issue, suits up as expected. For Cooks, who said "absolutely not" when asked if he contemplated retirement following his second concussion, he'll need to find a way to jump-start his disappointing 2019 campaign. Heading into week 12, he's amassed only 27 receptions for 402 yards with one touchdown and is on the outside-looking-in for his fifth straight 1,000 yard season. His presence, however, does add a dimension to the offense which has been sorely missed. Brandin Cooks is found as DLF's WR23 and is set to slide should he not increase his productivity going forward.