The Eagles 5th round pick in the 2010 draft, Cooper has made some plays when given the opportunity but unfortunately not nearly enough of them. Given a decent amount of playing time last season when injuries beset the Eagles receiving corps, Cooper finished the year with 16 receptions for a nifty 315 yards and a score. Not bad. Not so impressive was his completion to target percentage which checked in at 45.7%, his second consecutive sub-50% season. Cooperís solid size and decent speed make him a good option on deep passes, hence his 19.7 yards per reception figure from last season. However, he struggles to get open on underneath routes and has a limited upside. He isnít worth drafting in standard leagues and may be usurped on the depth chart by rookie 6th round pick Marvin McNutt, rendering him a slight dynasty league prospect also.
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Eagles release WR Riley Cooper-- Tue Feb 9 7:00 am --
New regime makes quick move on Cooper
The Eagles released wide receiver Riley Cooper, one of the players most closely associated with former head coach Chip Kelly.
The Eagles announced the decision Monday, the first day they were permitted to make the move.
FF Today's Take:The Eagles signed Cooper to a five-year, $22.5 million contract prior to the 2014 season but never became fantasy relevant finishing 62nd and 91st among receivers the last two seasons. He'll be a low priority for receiver need teams once free agency opens up in early March.
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