Arizona Cardinals: Jonathan Cooper Agrees to four year deal

Apr. 26, 2013; Tempe, AZ, USA; Arizona Cardinals offensive guard Jonathan Cooper poses for a photo during a press conference at the Cardinals Training Facility. Mandatory Credit: Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

Jonathan Cooper has agreed to sign a four-year deal near 14.5 million dollars and 10 million signing bonus according to azcardinals.com. It’s great to hear that he will be in training camp very soon. Coach Arians said he expects Cooper to run participate in a conditioning test before he starts to practice.

With the business aspect out of the way now it’s time to see what Cooper brings to the table. It’s unsure if the offset language that was keeping Cooper from signing was thrown out the window or if he had a change of heart. Fans can’t be more excited to have the big boy start practicing with the team.

Other news Robert Gill strained a hamstring and will miss seven to 10 days. Mr. 25 MPH already had it tough making the roster, but now will have to really grind to try to impress coaches.

Topics: Arizona Cardinals, Jonathan Cooper

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