Askef if there will be enough passes to go around, general manager Howie Roseman told Birds 24/7 that he's trying to follow Denver's model.
"When you look at how many offensive plays that you have over the course of the season, there’s a lot of opportunities to spread the ball around, get people involved," Roseman said. "I don’t think you have to look further than when you look at the Denver Broncos and how many options they have in their passing game and how big of an advantage that is when you have guys all around the field and you can get different personnel groups and that’s what we’re looking to do. We're looking to be an explosive, dynamic offense and when you talk about the skills that he has, Jeremy, certainly he adds to that group."
Maclin was the latest to sign when he inked a one-year deal Saturday.
The latest report by ESPN says Cooper signed a five-year, $25 million deal. Comcast Sports Net previously reported the deal was four years.
Regardless, Cooper is coming back to the Eagles in 2014, and he will look to build off his performance in 2013 when he had 47 catches for 835 yards and eight touchdowns.
Cooper put together the best season of his career on the field in 2013, finishing with 47 catches for 835 yards and eight touchdowns.
Cooper is slated to become a free agent March 11. The paper expects his deal to be announced in the next few days.
Contrary to a recent Philadelphia Inquirer report claiming the
The report notes Cooper thrived in his first year as a starter while Maclin sat out last season after tearing his ACL.
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