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Amari Cooper should be avoided by Houston Texans

Houston should stay away from Amari Cooper, who will most likely become a free agent.

The Dallas Cowboys are most likely to release star wide receiver Amari Cooper, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Friday morning.

The Raiders of Oakland (Las Vegas) received a first-round selection from Dallas. That choice was Jonathan Abram, so the Cowboys were the clear winners in this deal.

With such a large sum of guaranteed money due to Cooper on March 20th.

it’s been speculated that Dallas will try to move him before then.

In his four years with the Cowboys, Cooper has over 4,000 yards receiving and 27 touchdowns.

His age is also reflected in his 27 touchdowns. Cooper, who is 27 years old, still has a lot more peak years ahead of him.

All of this is quite remarkable. The Texans, on the other hand, should stay away for one major reason.

For the Houston Texans, Amari Cooper is far too pricey.

With Deshaun Watson’s deal on the roster, the Texans already have enough cap issues. Depending on if they want to extend Brandin Cooks, they may have even more cap concerns to deal with.

Cooks has one year remaining on his contract, and Cooper has a history of wanting to be the team’s workhorse wide receiver. Cooks is the only one who knows how he would feel if he wasn’t the actual WR1. Cooper should go to a company that is willing to pay him and have him be the person.

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Houston is in the midst of a rebuild, so acquiring players who can make an impact and help the club progress is crucial. Cooper’s prospects of traveling four hours south and playing for one of the league’s poorest clubs are slim compared to his chances of joining a contender.

It goes without saying that Cooper is and has been one of the finest in the game in recent years, but Houston isn’t Cooper’s destination.

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