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Dec 9, 2018; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys receiver Amari Cooper (19) runs after a reception against the Philadelphia Eagles at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Tyler Hobart, Sports Writer

Will Amari Cooper going to the Browns make the team better?

He has had a good career so far, especially for the three teams he has played for, but is he going to make the team better?

This season was Cooper’s first season with the Browns as the backup quarterback because starting QB Deshaun Watson was suspended for half of the season.

Cooper has always been a hard worker.

“I was always taught to be hungry and humble,” says Amari Cooper.

He is a six foot one, two-hundred and three-pound wide receiver who is a big play wide receiver and has proven to be really good.

His stats in his first season with the Browns was 78 receptions, 1,160 yards with nine touchdown catches.

Cooper knows he is a top-tier wide receiver.

“That’s all just God-given. When someone did a route, I was always able to emulate exactly how they did it,” says Cooper.

Cooper has also played for two other teams before the Browns, but this season he had the second most yards in his career at 1,160 and the most touchdowns in his career at nine.

Cooper in his career has proven to be a break-out wide receiver and one of the best route runners in the league and is consistently working on getting better.

He is consistently working hard to get better.

“I know that I have the skillset to be one of the highest-paid receivers. I’m just all about going out there and proving it,” says Cooper.