NFL: Wide receiver Amari Cooper moves from the Dallas Cowboys to the Cleveland Browns

Amari Cooper is coming off the worst season of her career and hopes that a change of scenery will help her improve in 2022.

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Receiver Amari Copper left the Dallas Cowboys this Saturday and will play with the Cleveland Browns for the 2022 NFL season. The Browns acquired the 27-year-old receiver for a fifth- and sixth-round pick. in this year’s Draft.

Cooper had one of his worst seasons in the league in 2021 in which he caught 68 passes for 865 yards and eight touchdowns, far from the 92 receptions and 1,114 yards that he accumulated in 2020 and 79 catches and 1,189 yards that he got in 2019.

The player who wore number 19 on the Cowboys came to the NFL in 2015 chosen fourth in the first round of the Draft by the then Oakland Raiders, with whom he remained until 2019.

Amari Cooper is expected to be one of the most effective weapons in coach Kevin Stefanski’s offense that last season he did not have any receiver who passed 600 yards

At the moment Cleveland has Donovan Peoples-Jones as its main receivers. and Anthony Schwartz and has not yet confirmed the permanence of Jarvis Landry for 2022.

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In other relevant movements The Pittsburgh Steelers extended the contract of cornerback Arthur Maulet for two years.who had little activity with the team this season.

in Tampa Bay, the Buccaneers restructured Vita Vea’s contracta 27-year-old defensive lineman, with a $7.64 million pay cut that will open up salary-cap space.

The New Orleans Saints, who on Friday restructured the deal with running back Alvin Kamara for $10.4 million, also agreed to a downgrade with their star cornerback Marshon Lattimore at 18.4 million dollars.

In addition to Kamara and Lattimore, wide receiver Michael Thomas, offensive tackle Ryan Ramczyk and guard Andrus Peat have adjusted their contracts this offseason with the Saints.

Also this Saturday Seattle Seahawks extend 26-year-old guard Phil Haynes’ contract by a year; while the Buffalo Bills did the same with 27-year-old kicker Matthew Haack.

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NFL: Wide receiver Amari Cooper moves from the Dallas Cowboys to the Cleveland Browns