Oakland Raiders WR Amari Cooper Traded To Dallas Cowboys


The Dallas Cowboys have acquired Oakland Raiders receiver Amari Cooper for a first-round draft pick.

Cooper, 24, is in his fourth season out of Alabama. But they have been so lacking at wide receiver this season that they are considering a move with the NFC East being as wide-open as it is.

The Cowboys decided Bryant wasn't worth $12.5 million in 2018 after three subpar seasons since signing a big contract following his only All-Pro year in 2014. He suffered the injury last week in Oakland's loss to Seattle in London. In their place, Dallas is led by Cole Beasley (350 passing yards) and tight end Geoff Swaim (205 yards). The Cowboys are going into their bye week, and the Raiders are returning from their break to face Indianapolis at home Sunday.

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The disappointing Oakland Raiders can be looked at in a lot of different ways right now, but boring clearly isn't one of them. Since joining the club, Cooper has tallied 225 receptions for 3,183 yards (14.1 avg.) and 19 touchdowns.

But of all the teams that need wide receivers, the most intriguing is Dallas, and it would not be the first time that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has dealt for a receiver before the league's trade deadline. The Raiders now have three picks in the first round, a setup that has been very successful for teams in recent seasons. The former Texas standout's first season with Dallas was his best, with 596 yards receiving and seven touchdowns.