Cleveland Browns wide receiver, Amari Cooper is hinting at a big-time season in 2023.
The former Alabama wide receiver posted to Instagram Friday with the caption “It will all be televised.”
Cooper was drafted by the Oakland Raiders with the fourth pick the in 2015 NFL Draft, making Pro Bowls in his first two years with the team. The next two seasons his production decreased and in October of 2018 he was traded from Oakland to Dallas for a 2019 first-round pick.
The trade paid off tenfold for the Cowboys, Cooper had 3,893 yards and 27 touchdowns with the team also making another Pro Bowl in 2019. In the spring of 2020, Cooper signed a five-year, $100 million contract extension with the Cowboys, but with money tied up in a lot of their other players, the team needed to make some changes after 2021. So, Cooper was traded to the Browns in exchange for a fifth-round pick and a swap of sixth-round picks in the 2022 NFL Draft.
With the spotlight off of him in 2022, Cooper quietly put together an impressive season, posting 1,160 yards and 9 touchdowns, despite being without starting quarterback Deshaun Watson for most of the season. Barring any injuries, the duo of Cooper and Watson should be on display for a full season and will likely be putting up some impressive numbers for 2023.