Cleveland Browns Roster Cuts: Josh Cooper Gets the Axe
I was a fan of rookie wide receiver Josh Cooper, and at one point thought he had a realistic chance to be the Cleveland Browns‘ starting slot receiver.
Despite having a connection with current Browns’ starting quarterback Brandon Weeden (they played together at Oklahoma State), Cleveland released the slot machine during Friday’s cuts. Per Browns beat writer May Kay Cabot, the team may try to keep him on the practice squad.
Along with Cooper, the Browns waived good-bye to defensive tackle Brian Schaefering, safety David Sims, cornerback James Dockery, wide receiver Rod Windsor, offensive guard Jarrod Shaw, defensive lineman William Green, defensive lineman Ronnie Cameron and linebacker Ben Jacobs, according to Rotoworld.com.