Editor's note: Above video is a report from 2017 when the Los Angeles Rams picked Cooper Kupp
SPOKANE, Wash. — There are now a couple of Kupps living the NFL dream.
The Los Angeles Rams announced on Wednesday that they signed Ketner Kupp.
“Kupple of brothers living the dream!” the team wrote on Twitter.
In the video tweeted by the Rams, you can see Cooper Kupp giving his brother a congratulatory hug.
Ketner Kupp, who plays linebacker for the Eags, has started 13 of the 33 career games he has played, and has 152 career tackles with 2.5 sacks. He is one of four seniors who served the team as co-captain for the 2018 season.
EWU standout Cooper Kupp became the 17th player in school history to be drafted when he signed a four-year contract worth $3.8 million with the Rams.
He was drafted 69th overall when the Rams picked him in the third round. He is now a wide receiver for the team.
Kupp missed the remainder of last season starting in November after being diagnosed with a torn ACL suffered in a game against the Seahawks.
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With the addition of another Kupp brother, there are now four EWU alumni playing for the Rams.
Samson Ebukam was an All-America defensive end at EWU. The Los Angeles Rams picked him in the fourth round with the 125th pick overall in the NFL draft on April 29, 2017. He is now a starting linebacker for the Rams.