Amari Cooper is absent from Browns minicamp

Amari Cooper, a key player on the Browns’ offense, was absent from the team’s mandatory minicamp on Tuesday. This absence could result in fines if it is deemed unexcused. Head coach Kevin Stefanski is set to address reporters later in the day to provide more information on Cooper’s situation.

Cooper, who is in the final year of his contract, did not participate in the team’s voluntary OTA practices earlier. With a base salary of $20 million for the 2024 season, his future with the Browns remains uncertain. General Manager Andrew Berry expressed the team’s desire to keep players like Cooper on the roster for as long as possible back in March. The team made moves to strengthen the wide receiver position by trading for Jerry Jeudy and signing him to a three-year extension.

The situation surrounding Cooper’s contract and future with the Browns is expected to become clearer as more information is provided by the team and as negotiations progress.

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