The Arizona Cardinals guard has been plagued by injuries since he was drafted by the Red Birds with the seventh overall pick of the 2013 NFL Draft. The University of North Carolina product missed the entire 2013 campaign with a broken leg suffered in preseason play and participated in just 10 games last season due to toe and wrist injuries.
Cooper started just two games in 2014 – he needs to stay healthy and productive moving forward. He should be ready for OTA's and minicamps.
"Coop’s just been bad luck," head coach Bruce Arians said via rotoworld.com. "He was starting to play pretty solid. He should be able to get back into this offseason the healthiest he’s been."
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