Philadelphia Eagles: Riley Cooper Is Turning Heads

August 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With every new season comes prosperity and hope. The front offices of most NFL organizations await to see what the draft has provided them.
With that said, the Philadelphia Eagles had the most draft picks going into the 2010 NFL draft. The Eagles chose Riley Cooper in the fifth round (159 overall). Cooper is 6-4, 222 pounds, and can confuse defenders with his elusive speed.
He's currently in competition for a backup wide out position in Philadelphia. Cooper knows it's gonna be tough to gain the respect of the coaches, but on the flip side he's caught a lot of attention from the media and fans' in Philly.
Last night Cooper shined like a star when the Philadelphia Eagles played against the Jacksonville Jaguars in pre-season action.
Cooper had three receptions for 61 yards and left a positive impression for coach Andy Reid. Cooper caught a deep pass in the game which galvanized Lincoln Financial Field. Fans were screaming and chanting Cooper's name.
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