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Tagged: Brandin Cooks (38 Results)

Mailbag: October 9, 2020

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition. Is now the perfect time to trade DeVante Parker? David Johnson's underused pass-catching skills. Is Matt Ryan cooked? Brandin Cooks worries, and more. more »



Texans WR Cooks questionable for season opener

Houston Texans wide receiver BRANDIN COOKS is officially listed as questionable for tonight’s kickoff game against Kansas City due to a quadriceps injury. Cooks was a limited participant in practice onMore Monday and did not participate on Tuesday before returning in a limited capacity on Wednesday. With DEANDRE HOPKINS no longer in town, Cooks is expected to have a significant role for the Texans this season. Less



Texans offense to spread the wealth in 2020

With the Houston Texans having traded star wide receiver DEANDRE HOPKINS to the Arizona Cardinals during the offseason, the team’s offense is expected to look different in 2020. New wideout BRANDINMore COOKS said recently that the Texans will be able to spread the wealth among a talented group of wideouts this season, as opposed to relying on one receiver (as the team has done for years with Hopkins). Less



McVay sees WR Reynolds as capable starter

The Los Angeles Rams traded wide receiver BRANDIN COOKS earlier this month, but head coach Sean McVay does not seem concerned about his receiving corps. McVay said on Tuesday that fellowMore wide receiver JOSH REYNOLDS is a capable starting receiver, adding that the trade was “a big vote of confidence” for him. With Cooks gone, tight end GERALD EVERETT could also see more offensive opportunities heading into the 2020 season. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Stills, Coutee on roster bubble?

The Houston Texans have undergone several big changes at the wide receiver position this offseason. Gone is star wideout DEANDRE HOPKINS, while RANDALL COBB and BRANDIN COOKS are new additions thatMore will join holdover WILL FULLER. With all the maneuvering, incumbent wideouts KENNY STILLS and KEKE COUTEE could be traded or released between now and the beginning of the season. Less

Source: CBS Sports

Around the NFL: Brandin Cooks

I'm not going to use this space to pick on Bill O'Brien. I could, but since everyone else is already doing it, why pile on. Yes, he's like the guy in your dynasty league who immediately trades away all his picks each year. At least this time he's trading for a guy who two other teams already traded for, so it's not as bad as, say, the Duke Johnson trade. Or not getting a first-round pick for DeAndre Hopkins. Or...  more »


Fantasy News: Brandin Cooks

What are fair expectations for Brandin Cooks in 2020? He hasn’t lit it up with the Rams, and he really tailed off after suffering a concussion last year in London.  more »



Cooks to play Sunday

Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay said that wide receiver BRANDIN COOKS will play against the Baltimore Ravens on Monday night. Cooks has worked his way out of the concussionMore protocol and was a full participant in Thursday’s practice. Cooks has not played in a game in nearly a month. Less

Source: Team Website


Cooks expected to return for MNF, Woods status unclear

Los Angeles Rams wide receiver BRANDIN COOKS is expected to return to action when the team hosts the Baltimore Ravens on Monday Night Football. Cooks has not played in the pastMore two games after sustaining two concussions last month. Unfortunately for the Rams, the status of fellow wide receiver ROBERT WOODS remains uncertain. Woods has been dealing with a personal issue and was not at practice on Wednesday. Less



Cooks suffers another concussion, visiting specialist

Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay said on Tuesday that wide receiver BRANDIN COOKS will see a specialist after suffering a concussion in Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals. TheMore concussion marks the fourth in the past two years for Cooks. This will also be the second time in the past month that Cooks has suffered a concussion. The Rams have a bye in Week #9 before facing the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week #10. Less

Source: Team Blog


Rams dealing with Thursday night injuries

Los Angeles Rams linebacker CLAY MATTHEWS suffered a broken jaw toward the end of Thursday night’s game and is expected to be out of action for at least a month. MatthewsMore will need surgery, and then will need to work his way back into action. The Rams also lost wide receiver BRANDIN COOKS on Thursday night to a concussion. He is in the concussion protocol and will also need to work his way back. Less

Source: Team Website


Kupp returns, gives Rams “four-headed monster” at receiver

Los Angeles Rams wide receiver COOPER KUPP returned to practice, was knocked hard to the ground, and bounced right up to the cheering of anxious fans who watched the scene unfold.More Kupp continues to work his way back from an ACL injury suffered last season. Fellow wide receiver ROBERT WOODS dubbed the Rams’ receivers a four-headed monster, including himself, Kupp, veteran BRANDIN COOKS, and youngster JOSH REYNOLDS. Less



Rams have no plans to trade Cooks

Los Angeles Rams wide receiver BRANDIN COOKS played well for the past three seasons, yet was traded for first-round picks in back-to-back years. Head coach Sean McVay said that Cooks won’tMore be traded for a third straight season. If McVay stays true to his word, fantasy owners can plan accordingly heading into their 2019 drafts. Less


Factoid: Josh Reynolds

The Rams have missed Cooper Kupp. He was their best receiver early in the season. But it’s not as if Josh Reynolds is just a warm body who can’t play at all. He’s been serviceable while filling in.  more »

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Kupp, Cooks expected to play Sunday

Los Angeles Rams wide receivers BRANDIN COOKS and COOPER KUPP both practiced fully on Friday and are expected to be cleared from the concussion protocol today. Assuming all goes according to plan, the wideouts will be available to fantasy owners for Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos.

Source: Team Blog

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