Amari Cooper returns to Browns practice

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The Browns had wide receiver Amari Cooper back on the practice field at training camp on Wednesday.

Cooper hurt his ankle late in practice on Monday and head coach Kevin Stefanski said after the session that he didn’t have an update as to the severity. He sat out of Tuesday’s workout, but didn’t need to spend any other time on the sideline.

Dispatches from reporters at practice say Cooper was moving fine and videos of Cooper from Wednesday’s practice back up those assessments.

The Browns have been dealing with other injuries in their wide receiver group. Rookie David Bell has not practiced yet in camp because of a foot injury and Anthony Schwartz has been dealing with a knee injury.

4 responses to “Amari Cooper returns to Browns practice

  1. Cooper is one the the most, if not THE most, overrated player in the NFL. He is constantly hurt and shows up when he feels like it.

  2. Amari Cooper has never finished top 10 in WR targets like most top 10 WR’s do yearly. Meanwhile since 2015 Coop is still top 10 in WR catches, yds and TD’s. Since 2018 Coop is 7th in catches and 9th in both yds and TD’s. Since 2015 only 5 WR’s have at least 7,000 yds, 500 catches and 45 TD’s: Devante Adams, Mike Evans, Stefon Diggs, Deandre Hopkins and AMARI COOPER.

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