The Minnesota Vikings have reportedly signed WR Josh Cooper after the Cleveland Browns released him last month. While in Cleveland Coop played in 11 total games and racked up 17 receptions for 166 yards and 11 first downs.
Josh was the second Oklahoma State star this year to escape the confines of misused talent, incompetent management, mediocre coaching, and an unrealistic fan base.
Brandon Weeden was rescued by the Dallas Cowboys to play along side Dez Bryant earlier in the year. The change of scenery has reportedly done Weeden well too.
Linehan said brandon Weeden is having his best week and could supplant Orton as primary backup— Clarence Hill (@clarencehilljr) June 10, 2014
Dez also had some nice things to say about how Weeden is coming along in Dallas. If Weeden can (and should) supplant Orton as backup, we could be just one ill play away from #Weeden2Bryant.
Hopefully Cooper enjoys the same success with improved surroundings.