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|2||08/22/2021||Texans||L 14 - 20||1||-4||-4||-4||0|
|1||08/14/2021||@Cardinals||L 16 - 19|
|0||08/06/2021||@Steelers||L 3 - 16|
|18||01/09/2022||@Eagles||W 51 - 26||5||79||15.8||27||0|
|17||01/02/2022||Cardinals||L 22 - 25||3||18||6||9||1|
|16||12/27/2021||Football Team||W 56 - 14||7||85||12.1||24||1|
|15||12/19/2021||@Giants||W 21 - 6||2||8||4||5||0|
|14||12/12/2021||@Football Team||W 27 - 20||5||51||10.2||20||1|
|13||12/03/2021||@Saints||W 27 - 17||2||41||20.5||41||0|
|10||11/14/2021||Falcons||W 43 - 3||4||51||12.8||22||0|
|9||11/07/2021||Broncos||L 16 - 30||2||37||18.5||32||0|
|8||11/01/2021||@Vikings||W 20 - 16||8||122||15.3||33||1||1||0|
|6||10/17/2021||@Patriots||W 35 - 29||5||55||11||17||0|
|5||10/10/2021||Giants||W 44 - 20||3||60||20||24||1|
|4||10/03/2021||Panthers||W 36 - 28||3||69||23||35||1|
|3||09/28/2021||Eagles||W 41 - 21||3||26||8.7||13||0|
|2||09/19/2021||@Chargers||W 20 - 17||3||24||8||12||0|
|1||09/10/2021||@Buccaneers||L 29 - 31||13||139||10.7||28||2|
|1||01/16/2022||49ers||L 17 - 23||6||64||10.7||20||1|
1st-round pick in the 2015 NFL Draft.
PRO: The Dallas Cowboys added a big-play threat to their passing game when they traded a 2019 first round pick to Oakland for Amari Cooper on Oct. 22, 2018. Cooper, who was selected by the Raiders fourth overall in the 2015 NFL Draft, earned consecutive Pro Bowl trips after becoming just the third player in NFL history with 1,000 receiving yards and 70 catches in each of his first two seasons. After arriving in Dallas, Cooper led the team with 725 yards and six touchdowns while finishing third with 53 catches. He was named to his third career Pro Bowl following the 2018 season as an injury replacement for Michael Thomas. The 2019 season saw Cooper earn his fourth Pro Bowl selection, again as an injury replacement (Mike Evans), after he led the club in all receiving categories (79 catches for 1,189 yards and eight touchdowns). Despite losing Dak Prescott five games into 2020, Cooper was still a sure-handed threat, leading the team with a career-high 92 catches for 1,114 yards and five touchdowns. In six seasons, Cooper has logged five seasons with 1,000 yards and at least 70 catches. Cooper signed a five-year extension with Dallas at the beginning of 2020 free agency.
3/17/20: Signed a five-year contract with Dallas through 2024.
10/22/18: Traded to Dallas from Oakland for a 2019 first round draft pick.
4/23/18: Oakland exercised fifth-year option.
4/30/15: Drafted in the first round (fourth overall) by Oakland.
- Starting 15 of his 16 games played, led the team - tied for 11th in the league - with a career-best 92 catches for a team-best 1,114 yards and five touchdowns.
- Became the fourth Dallas player, ninth time, to reach 90 catches in a season - first since Dez Bryant (2012-13).
- Logged four 100-yard games, two 10-or-more catch outings and had a streak of three games with a touchdown.
- Led the team with 10 catches for 80 yards in the opener at the LA Rams (9/13), then led the team with his 20th career 100-yard outing, finishing against Atlanta (9/20) with six catches for 100 yards in the home opener.
- Had a career-high tying 12 catches for 134 yards and a touchdown against Cleveland (10/4) - all season-highs.
- Posted his third 100-yard day of the season, going for 112 yards on six catches with a 54-yard touchdown on Thanksgiving Day against Washington (11/26).
- Had a touchdown catch in three straight games - against Washington, at Baltimore (12/8) and at Cincinnati (12/13).
- Started all 16 games for the first time in his career and led the club in receptions (79), receiving yards (1,189 - career-high and eighth in the league) and touchdowns (eight - career-high and tied for ninth).
- Part of the first Cowboys contingent to have a 4,000-yard passer (Dak Prescott), 1,000-yard rusher (Ezekiel Elliott) and a 1,000-yard receiver (two, along with Michael Gallup).
- Partnered with Gallup (1,107) to give Dallas its seventh pass-catching duo with 1,000 yards each in a season.
- Totaled a career-best 226 receiving yards in the game against Green Bay (10/6).
- Topped 4,000 career receiving yards in the opener against the N.Y. Giants (9/8), finishing with 106.
- Had his fifth career multi-touchdown game, and third consecutive game with a touchdown, finishing with two scores with 88 yards on six catches against Miami (9/22).
- Along with his career-high yardage total (226) against the Packers, caught 11 passes - second in his career. His 200-yard game gave him two as a Cowboy - the only player in franchise history with multiple 200-yard games.
- Tied his season-best with 11 more catches (for 147 yards and a touchdown) against Minnesota (11/10).
- Was held without a catch for the first time as a Cowboy in the game at New England (11/24).
- Topped 1,000 yards on the year in the game at Chicago (12/5).
- Played in his 75th career game - against the LA Rams (12/15) - then topped 5,000 career receiving yards at Philadelphia (12/22).
- Set his single-season career-high, reaching 1,189 yards with 92 in the finale against Washington (12/29).
- Started the first six games for Oakland before the trade and caught 22 passes for 280 yards with one score.
- After being traded to Dallas, started each of the final nine games of the season and both playoff games and led the team with 725 yards and six touchdowns while placing third with 53 catches.
- For the year, totaled 1,005 yards - his third career 1,000-yard season - and seven touchdowns on 75 receptions - second in a season in his career.
- In his Cowboys debut, caught five passes for 58 yards and a touchdown against Tennessee (11/5).
- Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week after catching eight passes for 180 yards and two touchdowns on Thanksgiving Day against Washington (12/22). One score came on a career-long 90-yard catch-and-run - tied for the third-longest pass play in franchise history.
- Again earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week, catching 10 passes for a then career-best 217 yards with three touchdowns (career-high). Had three go-ahead scores in the fourth quarter and overtime - first NFL player to accomplish the feat in a single game. A career-high nine of his catches were good for a first down.
- Topped 1,000 yards for the third time in his career after logging 31 yards in the finale at the N.Y. Giants (12/30).
- Caught seven balls for 106 yards - his first playoff 100-yard effort - in the Wild Card win over Seattle (1/5/19).
- Started 12-of-14 games he played, missing two (injury), and caught 48 passes for 670 yards with seven scores.
- Logged then career-highs in yards and touchdowns against Kansas City (10/19) with 11 catches for 210 yards with two touchdowns.
- In his second season, topped his rookie totals in catches and yards, finishing with 83 receptions for 1,153 yards with five scores, starting 14-of-16 games played.
- Became one of just three players in NFL history with 1,000 yards and 70 catches in each of his first two seasons and one of only 10 with consecutive 1,000-yard seasons to open his career.
- Had his first career 10-catch game, finishing with 10 for 129 yards against Kansas City (10/16).
- Set a career-best with 12 catches with 173 yards (fourth in his career) and a touchdown at Tampa Bay (10/30).
- Selected fourth overall by the Raiders and caught 72 passes for 1,070 yards with six touchdowns in 16 starts.
- Had five 100-yard games with his first coming in Week 2 against Baltimore (9/20) with 109 yards.
- Notched a season-best eight catches for a season-high 134 yards the next week at Cleveland (9/27).
- In three years at Alabama, started 30 of the 40 contests in which he played and set school records in receptions (228), receiving yards (3,463) and touchdowns (31).
- As a junior, earned the Biletnikoff, becoming just the second player in school history with two 1,000-yard seasons, starting all 14 games to lead the nation in catches (124), receiving yards (1,727) and touchdowns (16).
- Played in 12 games with seven starts as a sophomore and made 45 catches for 736 yards and four touchdowns after being slowed with injuries the first part of the season.
- Started nine of the 14 games he played as a true freshman, catching 59 passes for 1,000 yards and 11 scores.
- Earned first-team all-state honors as a senior at Miami, Fla., Northwestern Senior High School, catching 33 passes for 722 yards as a senior.
- 2019 Reliant Home Run Derby benefiting the Salvation Army.
- 2019 Dallas Cowboys U High School Camp.
- 2020 NFL My Cause My Cleats Campaign.
- Kick Off Luncheon and Dallas Cowboys Family Cookbook benefiting Happy Hill Farm.
- Make-A-Wish Foundation of North Texas.
- Annual Team Holiday Hospital Visits.