Cooper was waived by the Jets on Friday, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.
Cooper, signed by the Jets in 2017 after being cut by the 49ers, didn't show enough to make the final 53-man roster. The fourth-year veteran will attempt to sign elsewhere in the league as a depth option up front.
Cooper re-signed with the Jets on Monday, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.
The deal aims to strengthen the depth up front and provide a security blanket for an already strong defensive group. Although Cooper likely won't start, the fourth-year veteran has a chance to help out in situational schemes.
Cooper signed with the Jets on Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Cooper was waived by the 49ers a week ago but it didn't take him long to find a new home in the NFL. The defensive lineman played in five games this season for San Francisco, posting seven tackles and a half sack in that time. With the Jets dealing with several injuries on the defensive line, Cooper will be brought in to add some insurance to the unit.
The 49ers waived Cooper on Tuesday, Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Cooper appeared in five games and logged seven tackles and a half sack for the 49ers, who picked him up on a waiver claim before the season. With bolstering their pass rush on the edge a greater need, however, the 49ers deemed Cooper expendable after signing defensive end Datone Jones in a corresponding move.
Cooper was claimed by the 49ers on Sunday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Cooper likely won't carve out a big role in his first several weeks with his new team, but don't be surprised if the 24-year-old is a piece of the San Francisco defensive puzzle by the end of the season.
Cooper (shoulder) is active for Sunday's matchup in Cincinnati.
Cooper logged a week of limited practices, putting him in line to play after sitting out the Week 6 matchup in Tennessee. His presence on the defensive line will help bolster a unit that is surrendering 118 yards per game on the ground this season -- good for sixth-worst in the NFL.
Cooper (shoulder) is inactive for Sunday's matchup with the Titans.
Cooper continues to nurse a shoulder injury, so look for Tyrone Holmes to receive the spot start this week.
Cooper is questionable to Sunday's game due to a shoulder injury, Nate Ulrich of the Akron-Beacon Journal reports.
Cooper suffered the injury in the first half of Sunday's game. If he's unable to return to the action look for Tyrone Holmes to see extra reps for the rest of the game.
Browns rookie defensive tackle Xavier Cooper has opened eyes in training camp and through two preseason games. Those eyes opened wider when he registered sacks two and three Thursday night against Buffalo.
The Browns selected Cooper late in the third round because they were intrigued by his quick first step, according to the team website. His success hasn't surprised fellow Browns rookie lineman Dylan Wynn, who played against Cooper in college.
"Coop's been killing it," Wynn said. "He's a monster. He was just like that at Washington State ... He's a special player. He definitely got slept on in the draft and that's why he went third round. ... He just gets it done."