Cleveland Browns know they have to give the ball to Amari Cooper

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Amari Cooper is tackled by Carolina Panthers cornerback CJ Henderson during the second half of an NFL football game in Charlotte, N.C. on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2022. (AP Photo/Rusty Jones)

BEREA — Amari Cooper wasn’t the type to celebrate after a touchdown catch.

Do not spike the ball. No celebratory dance moves. Heaven forbid, don’t roll out the red carpet.

“Don’t know. Don’t feel the need,” Cooper said.

But Sunday will be the first game at FirstEnergy Stadium for the Browns’ new number one receiver. In his debut in Cleveland, in his 26-24 win over Carolina on Sunday, the four-time Pro Bowler caught 17 yards on his six targets, considering he only managed three. , Dawg might need a leap to his pound if he scores.

“I’ve never done anything like that, so I’m not sure,” Cooper said Thursday as the Browns geared up to host the New York Jets on Sunday.

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