Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp underwent an MRI on his injured hamstring after leaving practice early Tuesday night, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

The source said the Rams will be cautious with Kupp’s injury but that he could be back “for scrimmages in a few weeks.”

Kupp, the MVP of Super Bowl LVI, walked off the field with the training staff about 30 minutes into a two-hour workout at UC Irvine. Matthew Stafford and other players didn’t see exactly what happened, but coach Sean McVay said he was told Kupp “came up a little bit in a red zone route.”

A team spokesperson confirmed the injury to reporters later Tuesday.

“Obviously, we’re much better when he’s here, and we hope he’s going to be OK,” McVay said. “If he’s not, we’ll see what happens, but the practice had to go on.”

Kupp is returning for his seventh NFL season after missing the final eight games of 2022 with a high ankle sprain. He also missed the final eight games of his second NFL season in 2018 with a torn knee ligament.