By Max Harper
The Cowboys may cut wide receiver Amari Cooper by March 18, which is when his $20 million is guaranteed.
Eagles GM Howie Roseman has struggled to draft high-level receivers in recent years, but last year’s addition of DeVonta Smith is an appropriate start as they continue to retool and revamp the room.
The former Alabama standout showcased elite traits as a rookie, but the misdraftings of Jalen Reagor and J.J. Arcega Whiteside has left the rest of their receiver room begging for more.
The Eagles must complement Smith’s skill set with the addition of another receiver that’s capable of attracting the attention of opposing secondaries.
Signing Cooper away from their arch-rival Cowboys qualifies as the cherry on top, and would give Cooper two annual opportunities to play against his former employer.
Should Howie make the move? https://t.co/zLepsumwSk
— PFF PHI Eagles (@PFF_Eagles) March 4, 2022