Amari Cooper Makes Decision On Dallas Cowboys Future
Amari Cooper has made a decision on his Dallas Cowboys future.
Cooper, 25, is going to be a free agent this summer.
Despite the fact that he has been absolute stud for the Cowboys ever since he was traded over from the Oakland Raiders, Cooper does not appear to want to use his leverage against the team.
While speaking to reporters, Cooper made it clear that his top priority was re-signing with Dallas.
“If it ain’t broke don’t fix it,” he said.
“Of course. Like I just said, I love it here. I want to be here. I just love this situation, my teammates. I just feel it’s the place for me.”
Amari Cooper plans to resign with the Cowboys, has no interest in going anywhere else in free agency: “If it ain’t broke don’t fix it. Of course. Like I just said, I love it here. I want to be here. I just love this situation, my teammates. I just feel it’s the place for me.”
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That is no doubt music to the ears of Jerry Jones and Cowboys brass, because the first round pick they traded away to acquire him as more than paid off.
In nine games with Dallas last season Cooper caught 53 passes for 725 yards and six touchdowns. In the process, he made his third Pro Bowl.
This year through 12 games he has recorded 64 receptions for 971 yards and seven scores.
While the Dak Prescott situation still needs to work itself out, the fact that Cooper wants to stick around is a good sign for all involved with the Cowboys organization.