Cooper Kupp said he isn’t trying to beat anyone when he extends his contract with the Los Angeles Rams

Los Angeles Rams star wide receiver Cooper KuppTuesday's statement by the coach stated that he isn't looking to reset a wide receiver marketplace that has already seen an explosion this offseason.

Kupp, coming off a Super Bowl MVP and Offensive Players of the Year season, has a contract through 2023. His salaries are 14.5 million in 2022 and $14.25 million next season. The Rams want to extend his contract.

However, the market for receiver contracts has seen an explosion this offseason due to the Las Vegas RaidersDavante Adams($28.5 Million per Season) and the Miami DolphinsTyreek HillEach signing record-setting deals within a week of each other ($30 million each season). The Buffalo BillsStefon Diggs, Jacksonville JaguarsChristian Kirk, Los Angeles ChargersMike WilliamsAnd Tampa Bay BuccaneersChris GodwinAdditionally, he signed lucrative deals.

Kupp, 28 years old, said that he was excited to see other wide receivers sign contracts this offseason as the market for receivers had been “stale.” Kupp did not respond to a question about whether he would like to make more deals.

He said, “I don’t think that’s really kinda of the approach I take.” “I believe there is a place that you would like to be. You feel fair in a place. This is a place for me, and for this organisation. … I don't try to be better than anyone. I don't want to be compared to anyone. It's more about finding the perfect place for both sides.

Sean McVay, Rams' coach, stated Tuesday that there was “good dialogue” between Kupp (and star defensive tackle) Aaron DonaldRegarding the new contracts, she said they were “still at the forefront” of her thoughts to get deals done.

Sources confirmed to ESPN's Adam Schefter Monday that they believed the report. San Francisco 49ersStar Deebo Samuel, Tennessee TitansBroaden your reach A.J. BrownAnd Washington CommandersReceiver Terry McLaurinThey are looking for new contracts, but are not expected or required to take part in any off-season activities.

Kupp however is going to the Rams' program, and explained why he thinks it's important.

He said, “Well, it's important that you be here, be with the guys, and be around this group.” The goal is to win a World Title. We want to be in a position to compete for another world title and make us a better football team. That's our goal. It's the best thing that I can do to help this …” team.

Kupp was the NFL's leading receiver (145), receiving yards (1.947), and touchdowns (16). He was then named the league's best offensive player. Kupp also had two touchdown receptions during the Rams' 23-30 win over the Falcons. Cincinnati Bengals— including the game-winning welcome from Matthew StaffordSuper Bowl LVI MVP Award with just 1 minutes and 25 seconds left

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