Amari Cooper

#19 WR / Dallas Cowboys / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 215 lb Age: 27 College: Alabama Bye 7

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    Cowboys' Amari Cooper: Two catches in return

    Amari Cooper (illness) brought in both targets for 41 yards in the Dallas Cowboys' 27-17 win over the Saints on Thursday night.The veteran wideout was relatively quiet in his return to action, and all of his yardage actually came on just one of his receptions. Cooper has now totaled just 129 receiving yards in the three games since his 8-122-1 breakout versus the Vikings in Week 8, a matter he'll look to rectify at the expense of the Washington secondary in a Week 14 matchup a week from Sunday.

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    Cowboys' Amari Cooper: Back in action Thursday

    Amari Cooper (illness) is listed as active Thursday at New Orleans, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.Following a bout with COVID-19 that forced him to sit out Weeks 11 and 12, Cooper managed one limited practice Wednesday, which was enough to prove his conditioning was up to par. He'll join forces with CeeDee Lamb and Michael Gallup to give the Dallas Cowboys their ideal wide receiver trio. Having said that, Cooper is expected to have his playing time managed early on to see how he reacts to game action, according to Ed Werder of ESPN. As a result, it's difficult to peg exactly what kind of workload Cooper can be counted on to handle in his return.

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    Cowboys' Amari Cooper: Officially questionable for Thursday

    Amari Cooper (illness) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game at New Orleans, Ed Werder of ESPN reports.Following his activation from the reserve/COVID-19 list, Cooper got back on the practice field Wednesday as a limited participant, marking his first activity since testing positive for the virus back on Nov. 19. Head coach Mike McCarthy noted Tuesday that Cooper still had some lingering symptoms, including a cough, but he's now put himself in a position to keep his absence to two games, per David Helman of the Dallas Cowboys' official site. While he's expected to be active Thursday, Cooper may have a limited snap count, but Dallas seemingly will have its preferred wideout trio of Cooper, CeeDee Lamb and Michael Gallup together for just the third time this season.

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    Cowboys' Amari Cooper: Activated from COVID-19 list

    Amari Cooper (illness) was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday and appears on track to play in Thursday's game in New Orleans, David Helman of the Dallas Cowboys' official site reports.After missing the Cowboys' last two games while he completed a 10-day quarantine following a positive COVID-19 test, Cooper reported back to the team facility Monday and looks on track to get in at least some practice activity Wednesday now that he's officially been added back to the 53-man roster. Though Cooper is expected to play Thursday, his workload could be scaled back given that he reportedly dealt with virus symptoms for over a week and hasn't been on the field for nearly 12 days. If Cooper looks good in his return to practice, he could still handle his usual role, in which case quarterback Dak Prescott will have a healthy receiver trio of Cooper, CeeDee Lamb and Michael Gallup for just the third time this season.

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    Cowboys' Amari Cooper: Expected to play Thursday

    Amari Cooper (illness) is expected to travel to New Orleans and play in Thursday's game against the Saints, Ed Werder of ESPN reports.Cooper remains on the reserve/COVID-19 list as of Wednesday morning, but Werder's report seems to imply the wideout has seen his symptoms improve and may just be awaiting approval of a team physician before being activated and rejoining the Dallas Cowboys for practice. Whatever the case, the Cowboys apparently now expect Cooper to play Thursday, even after he missed another practice Tuesday. It's possible his workload is scaled back Thursday if the illness has impacted his conditioning.

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    Cowboys' Amari Cooper: Still on reserve/COVID-19 list

    Amari Cooper (illness) didn't take part in Tuesday's practice and remains on the reserve/COVID-19 list, Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.Both owner/GM Jerry Jones and coach Mike McCarthy commented on Cooper earlier Tuesday, and while Jones' tone was optimistic about the wide receiver practicing, McCarthy's remarks were more stated. McCarthy ended up being closer to the truth after telling Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News "to be determined" about Cooper's potential activity level. Cooper now has just one more chance to join his teammates on the field Wednesday before the Dallas Cowboys jet off to New Orleans for Thursday's game against the Saints. If Dallas doesn't activate him from the reserve/COVID-19 list, the team may have just CeeDee Lamb (concussion) and Michael Gallup at the top of the WR depth chart with Cedrick Wilson (ankle) unable to practice so far this week.

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    Cowboys' Amari Cooper: TBD for practice Tuesday

    Coach Mike McCarthy noted it's "to be determined" whether Amari Cooper takes part in practice Tuesday, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. "My gut would be if he doesn't practice tomorrow, I don't see him going to the game," McCarthy said.This refutes owner/GM Jerry Jones' earlier assertion that Cooper would get on the practice field Tuesday and was in line to play Thursday at New Orleans, as reported by Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. According to McCarthy, while Cooper was back at team facilities as of Monday, he's "still not feeling the best" and has a cough as he makes his way through the COVID-19 protocols. Cooper has missed two games due to a positive test for the virus and may be in danger of sitting out another. His status for Thursday should become clearer in the next day or so.

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    Cowboys' Amari Cooper: Will practice Tuesday

    Amari Cooper (COVID-19) will practice Tuesday and is expected to suit up for Thursday's game against the Saints, Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.Cooper is coming off back-to-back absences after testing positive for COVID-19 in mid-November, but he returned to team facilities Monday and is on track to retake the field for Thursday Night Football. The Dallas Cowboys still have yet to officially activate Cooper from the reserve/COVID-19 list, but in any case, it looks like fantasy managers can expect to have the standout wideout available for Week 13. Meanwhile, CeeDee Lamb cleared the concussion protocol Monday, setting Dak Prescott up to have both his top receiving options available again.

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    Cowboys' Amari Cooper: Doesn't practice Monday

    Amari Cooper (illness) rejoined the Dallas Cowboys on Monday but didn't participate in practice, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports.Cooper returned to the team's facility for the first time since he tested positive for COVID-19 in mid-November, but he'll need to pass a conditioning test before he's cleared to return to the practice field. While the 27-year-old will have a short week of practice ahead of Thursday's game against the Saints, he appears to be trending in the right direction.

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    Cowboys' Amari Cooper: Likely to rejoin team Monday

    Head coach Mike McCarthy said Amari Cooper (illness) is on track to rejoin the Dallas Cowboys for practice Monday, assuming he clears all remaining COVID-19 protocols, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.As an unvaccinated player who tested positive for the virus Nov. 19, Cooper was subject to an automatic 10-day quarantine and missed two games in the process. Sunday marks the final day of Cooper's isolation period, and based on McCarthy's comments, the wideout is either no longer testing positive or has experienced a reduction in any lingering COVID-19-related symptoms. That being said, McCarthy noted that in order to play in the Cowboys' upcoming game Thursday against the Saints, Cooper will need to prove that the 10-day absence didn't hinder him from a conditioning standpoint. The short week is less than ideal for Cooper as he looks to get back up to full speed, but if he's back on the field Monday as expected, he'll at least benefit from a normal three-day slate of practices leading up to game day. Meanwhile, fellow wideout CeeDee Lamb (concussion) took part in Sunday's workout as a full participant, putting him in good shape to clear the NFL's five-step protocol for head injuries ahead of the Week 12 game after he sat out the Cowboys' Thanksgiving Day loss to the Raiders.

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