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Tagged: Amari Cooper (108 Results)

Around the NFL: WRs on the move

Yesterday's Jerry Jeudy trade was just one in what might be a lot of wide receivers changing teams in the next few days. Diontae Johnson might be on the trade block, while Calvin Ridley will have suitors outside Jacksonville.   more »


Factoid: Amari Cooper

Amari Cooper torched the Texans for 265 yards and 2 TDs a few weeks ago. Does that make him the favorite to be the most productive receiver this week? Or is it an indication that the Texans will be revising their defensive plan to make sure it doesn’t happen again?   more »

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Around the NFL: Cleveland Browns

Amari Cooper hasn’t practiced at all, raising the degree of difficulty in deciding whether to start him on Thursday night against the Jets. The Browns are calling him questionable. If Cooper is active and looks reasonably healthy, I will use him.   more »


Around the NFL: Cleveland Browns

Good thing yesterday's wide receiver factoid wasn't about Amari Cooper. Things look pretty shaky for Cleveland's No. 1 and the rest of the Browns' receiving corps going forward, with Deshaun Watson headed for surgery, and done for the year.   more »



Greatest Show on Turf – Part Two?

Cleveland Browns wide receiver AMARI COOPER has high hopes for teammate and fellow wide receiver ELIJAH MOORE. Speaking earlier this week, Cooper said that he envisions himself and Moore forming aMore great wide receiving tandem for the Browns. Cooper went on to reference “great tandems like Torry Holt and Isaac Bruce” of The Greatest Show on Turf fame. If Cooper and Moore come close to what Holt and Bruce accomplished together, fantasy owners are in for a treat. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Browns WR Cooper day-to-day after “minor tweak”

Cleveland Browns veteran wide receiver AMARI COOPER left shortly after the start of training camp on Sunday with what is being called “a minor tweak”. Browns GM Andrew Berry declined toMore say when the tweak occurred, or what exactly was tweaked, but he did confirm that the issue was not related to the core muscle surgery Cooper had in February. While the issue sounds minor, Cooper’s status will be worth watching in the days ahead. Less

Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer

Around the NFL: Amari Cooper

I see where Deshaun Watson has had some good things to say about veteran wide receiver Amari Cooper. The Browns have a some talented players at the position (including Donovan Peoples-Jones and newcomer Elijah Moore), but Cooper is the clear No. 1. What he most needs is to show more of a rapport with Watson.   more »



Browns QB Watson expects “tight” chemistry with WR Cooper

Cleveland Browns quarterback DESHAUN WATSON said in an interview earlier this week that he expects to have a “tight” chemistry with veteran wide receiver AMARI COOPER in his second season withMore the team. Watson added that Cooper is “going to be good”, while touting his wideout’s experience and ability to prepare for training camp and the upcoming season. Take note, fantasy owners. Less

Source: Team Blog

Around the NFL: Elijah Moore

There’s the weird deal with Aaron Rodgers where he likes to play with his buddies. When the Jets traded for Rodgers, it also involved signing Allen Lazard and Randall Cobb. And I think that’s going to come back to bite them.   more »

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Cowboys pick up fifth-year option on WR Lamb

The Dallas Cowboys picked up the fifth-year option for 2024 on wide receiver CEEDEE LAMB late last week. Last season, Lamb established career highs in receptions (107), yards (1,359) and touchdownsMore (9) in his first year as the Cowboys’ lead receiver after the trade of AMARI COOPER to the Cleveland Browns. The Cowboys are likely hoping the option is a placeholder to an eventual long-term deal. Less



Browns WR Cooper feeling good after core surgery

Cleveland Browns veteran wide receiver AMARI COOPER labored through the final month of last season with a painful core muscle injury. Cooper had surgery a couple of months ago and saidMore recently that he is feeling good, adding that he was “healing up real nice” and that he is “exactly where I’m supposed to be”. With the team’s offseason program beginning this week, the Browns are expected to ease Cooper back into action. Less

Source: Team Blog

Factoid: Free agent receivers

I’m not sure if a notable wide receiver will switch teams this year. But there probably will be at least a couple, and I’m going to be more careful this year not to underestimate their potential to put up big numbers.   more »


Factoid: Davante Adams

No wide receiver in the league has caught more than 40 percent of his team’s touchdown passes in the last two seasons. I think those are the only times in league history that’s occurred. But the go-to guys have bounced back this season, with a handful of players dominating their team’s opportunities around the end zone.   more »


Podcast: November 22 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast

Moishe Steigmann and Justin Eleff commemorate the coming holiday with Will He Won't He, Supply by Demand and this year's Listeners Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Sponsored by Affordable Trophies.  more »



Raiders cut former first-round defender

Amid frustration from a disappointing 2-6 start to the season, the Las Vegas Raiders cut former first round safety JOHNATHAN ABRAM in an unexpected move on Tuesday. Abram was the 27thMore overall pick in the 2019 draft and was the Raiders’ compensation in the AMARI COOPER trade with the Dallas Cowboys. Abram was a hard hitter, but he struggled in coverage and had issues with on-field discipline. Less

Source: Team Blog

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