5 Cardinals who might be done in Arizona
He came to the Cardinals in 2018 after spending the first part of his career with the Los Angeles Rams. He was cut in what appeared to be a numbers game back in 2019 training camp.
He was quickly swooped up by the Cincinnati Bengals. He last all of one game with them before being waved. The Cardinals needed help at receiver thanks to some injuries.
He ended up catching 25 passes and returning 17 punts and 25 kickoffs for the Cardinals last season. He scored one touchdown receiving.
He didn’t light the scoreboard up but he was serviceable. He can still show his speed. However there are plenty of people guessing the Cardinals want a young stud receiver in the 2020 NFL Draft.
Even if the Cardinals decide not to take one of the top receivers, it is a very deep draft as far as receivers go. They can find any number of other players to be the punt and kick returner.
Chances do not seem very good Cooper will be a member of the Cardinals come September. We shall see though.