The Dallas Cowboys’ porous start to the 2020 season could lead them to consider making the massive move of trading their $100 million star.
The Dallas Cowboys have produced some of the greatest receivers in NFL history. This year some predict the Cowboys receiving trio might be the best in franchise history.
New Head coach Mike McCarthy believes the Cowboys possess another wide receiver aside from Amari Cooper possesses No.1 option qualities.
Ahead of the 2020 season, star wide receiver Amari Cooper believes the Cowboys can accomplish a rare feat in the upcoming campaign.
Since Amari Cooper inked his lucrative deal with the Cowboys, there has been plenty of criticism tossed toward him that has happened again.
Jerry Jones and the Cowboys haven’t won a Super Bowl since 1996. Their outstanding 2020 NFL draft class could help them change that.
Before the Cowboys secured the Pro Bowl wideout on a lucrative $100 million, five-year deal there was a chance he could have left the team.
New England cornerback Stephon Gilmore disagrees with Rex Ryan’s take on Dallas Cowboys receiver Amari Cooper but likes a Patriots fan’s negative take on Stefon Diggs.
McFarland has the strong belief that general managers would take Brown over the Cowboys star wide receiver.
The twice-fired NFL coach ripped into Dallas Cowboys receiver Amari Cooper and then had to issue an apology.
Amari Cooper is one of 18 wide receivers drafted in the first round since 2015. The Cowboys receiver is the only one to make a Pro Bowl.
Dallas was able to retain their star wide receiver this offseason, but it didn’t com without an intriguing offer on the table.
What’s left for Dallas Cowboys fans to talk about now that the team has placed the franchise tag on Dak Prescott?
Dallas has placed the franchise tag on Dak Prescott, but will they be able to retain their star wide receiver this offseason?
With the start of free agency quickly approaching, Dallas is approaching the contract talks with Cooper and Prescott in a unique manner.
The Pro Bowl wideout has weighed in on the possibility of Dallas adding the former star wide receiver to the mix.
Soon-to-be free agent wide receiver Amari Cooper makes it crystal clear on whether or not he wants to return to the Dallas Cowboys.