Browns No. 1 Receiver Trying To Play Through Core Muscle Injury

He was listed as a non-participant on Tuesday's estimated practice report.

The Cleveland Browns did not practice on Tuesday, but if the team had, wide receiver Amari Cooper would have been on the sideline while he continues to deal with a hip issue.

Cooper did tell reporters that he would have to manage his core muscle injury and play through it today, which sounds like he's definitely less than 100% but still planning to try and play this week. He was limited all last week with the injury and was questionable leading up to Sunday's game.
Although it's unlikely that the Browns shut Cooper down for the season, it could lead to him being put on snap counts to reduce the risk of a more severe injury.

In 13 games this season, the twenty-eight-year-old has 63 receptions for 874 yards and seven touchdowns on 109 targets.
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