Brandin Cooks will travel to Pittsburgh to see a concussion specialist, according to Sean McVay.
Cooks has suffered four concussions since Super Bowl LII and two in the last month.
"He's feeling good," McVay said. "He's very aware of what's going on and he can talk about what occurred pre-concussion. He's aware . ... We are going to send him to a specialist. He's actually on his way there in Pittsburgh. I'm trying to see if we can get a little bit more clarity, because most important is Brandin Cooks as a human being right now, not necessarily the football player. Let's get a better idea of what's exactly is going on, so that we can at least make the best decision for him moving forward. Hopefully, being able to do that will give us some answers we'll find more information about that."