Browns WR Reveals 2024 Goal: ‘Trying To Get Paid!’

Cleveland Browns wideout Amari Cooper is already one of the best pass catchers in franchise history – and he’s accomplished that in just two seasons.

Cooper is well known around the league as one of the better route runners and is the only Browns wideout to record two consecutive 1,000-yard seasons.

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The Browns missed wideout Amari Cooper during mandatory minicamp as he holds out awaiting a contract extension.

Cooper is entering the final season of his four-year, $80 million deal he signed while still with the Dallas Cowboys before being traded to Cleveland before the 2022 season.

In a TikTok post from the Ohio sportsbook betr, Cooper is seen talking with a content creator who challenges him to a race. Cooper declines, saying he doesn’t want to risk injury running in a meaningless race because “I’m trying to get paid this year.”

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