Amari Cooper is an American football wide receiver for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League. He played college football at the University of Alabama, where he was the Biletnikoff Award winner as the nation’s top receiver and a unanimous All-American in 2014.
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Amari Cooper: Dak Prescott Beef, Traded To Browns, Trade Grade, Who Traded
Dak Prescott Beef:
The Dallas Cowboys and Amari Cooper aren’t on the best of terms right now. Cooper, statistically coming off his worst season as a cowboy, failed to live up to the high expectation of his $100 million contract.
Despite fielding one of the best offenses in the NFL last season, Cooper averaged only 57.7 yards per game. His worst performance since 2017 in Oakland.
Likewise, his expectations for Amari fell short of the Dallas Cowboys. Cooper’s 104 goals are the fewest he’s seen in, you guessed it, the 2017 season in Oakland. Mathematica doesn’t need to point out how one relates to the other here.
Traded to Browns:
The Browns will send the Dallas Cowboys’ 2022 fifth and sixth round picks in exchange for Cooper and Dallas’ sixth round pick,’ a person with knowledge of the situation told USA Today Sports.
The person spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to comment as it may not become official until the start of the league year on Tuesday.
However, there is some uncertainty about Landry’s status. He is set to count $16.3 million against the cap, and Brown would like to retain his services.
Cooper would pair with Jarvis Landry to give the Browns another pair of 1,000-yard receivers just months after Cleveland broke up the duo of Landry and the unhappy Odell Beckham Jr.
However, Landry’s representatives are also allowed to explore business prospects while simultaneously negotiating a possible contract restructuring with Brown, a person with knowledge of the situation explained.
The crazy NFL off-season continued today with the Dallas Cowboys trading wide receiver Amari Cooper to the Cleveland Browns.
With Cooper, quarterback Baker Mayfield is under even more pressure now this year to succeed and flip things in Cleveland. After losing two seasons in his first two years, Mayfield led the Browns to an 11–5 record and had the best statistical season of his career with a passer rating of 95.9 and brought the Browns to the playoffs.
Dallas was looking to get rid of Cooper and his $20 million-a-season salary, and found the Browns who were willing to take it on.
In exchange for Cooper and a sixth-round pick, the Cowboys received the Browns’ 2022 fifth-round pick and sixth-round pick.
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