Patriots’ Brandin Cooks Rushed Off Field After Nasty Hit, Out For the Game

February 4, 2018 Updated: February 4, 2018

Brandin Cooks, the New England Patriots wide receiver, was rushed off the field during Super Bowl 52.

He caught a pass from Tom Brady before he received a blindside hit from Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins.

It appeared to be a helmet-to-helmet hit.

According to Patriots beat writer for the Providence Journal, Mark Daniels, Cooks was “rushed straight to the locker room.”

Cooks won’t return to the game, according to the Patriots in a tweet.

NBC reported later that Cooks suffered an unspecified “head injury.”

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