Micah Parsons and Amari Cooper might not be teammates any longer, but the Cowboys star still clearly has love for his former colleague.
Amari Cooper has been everything the Cleveland Browns could have hoped for when they acquired him from the Dallas Cowboys this offseason. Cooper has been the playmaking No. 1 wide receiver and showcased that in Thursday’s win over the Pittsburgh Steelers with his seven catches for 101 yards and a touchdown.
Cooper had 100 receiving yards for the second consecutive game, becoming the first Browns player to have 100-plus receiving yards in consecutive games in nine years.
Micah Parsons saw that post and reacted to it with happiness and sadness:
Dallas traded Cooper to the Browns this offseason in exchange for a fifth-round pick.
Cooper has 19 catches for 219 yards and two touchdowns in his first three games. He’s on pace for 1,241 yards this season.