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Ramsey Not Dragging QBs, Cooper Aims for 2,000 and More

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Jalen Ramsey criticized opposing quarterbacks last offseason and it backfired pretty spectacularly, not just for him but also for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Given a chance to once again drag NFL signal-callers publicly, Ramsey showed some hard-earned restraint Monday, saying, “I’m not going to do this again, but we do play some good quarterbacks this year.”

Ramsey also had nothing but praise for his own new quarterback, Nick Foles. “He (Foles) is a great teammate, the few interactions we’ve had has been great … Great player as well … He’s a Super Bowl Champion. Super Bowl MVP. So, I hope he comes out here and he plays free and knows he has the support of everybody.”

Cooper’s goal? 2,000 yards

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper is in a contract year and he wants to make the most of it. Cooper is due a hefty payday as long as he performs like he did last season. It’s just that he’s looking to surpass even that, looking to haul in 2,000 yards worth of passes. No receiver in NFL history has achieved such a feat. The closest to get there was Calvin Johnson in 2012 with the Detroit Lions, who hauled in 1,964 yards worth of passes. Last year, Cooper caught 75 passes for 1,005 yards and seven touchdowns for two different teams.

Cox expects to be ready for camp

After undergoing surgery on his foot this offseason, Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Fletcher Cox has understandably been held out of the team’s offseason work. Cox expects to be healed up and participate fully once training camp begins.


  • Ramsey tight-lipped on quarterbacks | NFL
  • Cooper talking 2,000 | NBC Sports
  • Cox should be ready for camp | NFL
  • Jordan thinks Saints should pay Thomas | NBC Sports
  • Cooper lobbies for Prescott payday | NFL

Written by Adam Greene

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