Amari Cooper injures ankle

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Browns receiver Amari Cooper injured his ankle during a scramble drill late in practice, Dan Labbe of reports.

As Deshaun Watson rolled out of the pocket, Cooper changed directions and then went down. He stayed on the ground and was treated by the training staff.

Cooper walked around behind the team afterward with no noticeable limp, per Labbe.

Browns coach Kevin Stefanski did not have an update on the team’s No. 1 receiver.

“I haven’t gotten the full report. I’ll update you guys tomorrow,” he said.

The Browns have some depth issues at the position. Rookie David Bell still is unable to practice with a foot injury; Anthony Schwartz left Thursday’s practice with a knee injury; and undrafted rookie Isaiah Weston was carted off the field Saturday and waived with an injury designation Monday.

The Browns added receiver Derrick Dillon, who played for the Tampa Bay Bandits of the USFL.

7 responses to “Amari Cooper injures ankle

  1. Soft as puddin’. He’ll be useless for next couple of weeks. Good thing it’s only training camp!

  2. Amari has always been the disappearing act. Many times he can’t even find the field. When he gets there he drops balls. But he wants to be paid like he’s special.

  3. Why does anyone think Coopers going to be any different than before? He always has nagging season long foot related injuries. He will miss at least 2 games and parts of games from it. And he will miss games saying he is playing hurt. He is not a play through it guy either. That is his biggest problem other than just not playing well at away games. Been that way from day one and won’t change now.

  4. My question is why does anybody think it’s appropriate to put Amari Cooper news under the Raiders for some reason we don’t care about him as Raiders any more he was soft anyway.. very… good riddance.

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