WR - CLE
Week 4 Outlook
Amari Cooper caught 7-of-8 targets for 116 yards and a touchdown in the Browns' 27-3 win over the Titans.
Cooper could have had an even bigger day had a play not been prematurely blown dead. He caught a pass along the sideline and would have scored a surefire touchdown, but the official thought he had stepped out of bounds. The replay showed otherwise, but either way, Cooper had a huge day against a struggling secondary. He will continue to be the top receiver for the Browns offense and will try to keep it up against the Ravens next Sunday.
Cleveland Browns WR Amari Cooper carries no injury designation into the Week 3 matchup with the Tennessee Titans.
Cooper was a game-time decision in Week 2 with his injury but managed to play in the Browns' loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. After logging a DNP (rest) and two limited practices, he's good to go for Week 3. He has a half-PPR ECR of WR19.
Amari Cooper caught seven passes for 90 yards on Monday against the Steelers.
After Adam Schefter originally reported Sunday morning that Cooper wasn't expected to play, he wound up being able to take the field where he led all Browns wide receivers across the board. It was not an efficient night for Deshaun Watson, so it was encouraging to see this performance from Cooper while Watson was not at his best. He will be a WR2 for fantasy managers moving forward.
Amari Cooper is officially active for Cleveland's Week 2 matchup against Pittsburgh.
Browns WR Amari Cooper, who tweaked his groin this weekend in practice and was listed as questionable, will be active tonight vs. the Steelers.
According to Brad Stainbrook of the Orange and Brown Report, Cleveland Browns WR Amari Cooper will test out his groin injury pre-game to see if he can play tonight.
Stainbrook said Cooper is not feeling 100% and that he had pain this morning. It’s no doubt Cooper wants to play if able, though, making him a game-time decision. Reports came out before that he was unlikely to play, and he’d probably have a tougher hill to climb to play than to sit out. It’s worth monitoring, but err on the side he sits out.