Dak Prescott’s brother not happy with Amari Cooper trade

Dak Prescott, Amari Cooper, Dallas Cowboys. (Photo by Richard Rodriguez/Getty Images)
Dak Prescott, Amari Cooper, Dallas Cowboys. (Photo by Richard Rodriguez/Getty Images) /

Dak Prescott’s younger brother took to Twitter to let fans know he’s not a fan at all of Amari Cooper leaving Dallas. 

There are countless people in Dallas up in arms after the Cowboys traded star receiver Amari Cooper to the Cleveland Browns on Saturday. Due to his contract, it was expected that Dallas would either cut or trade Cooper, but that doesn’t mean Cowboys supporters won’t miss him.

Such is the case for Dak Prescott’s brother Tad, who is quite vocal on social media when it comes to America’s Team. He himself is not happy that Cooper will be suiting up for the Browns next fall catching balls from Baker Mayfield.


CeeDee Lamb will now be Dallas’ No. 1 receiver with Amari Cooper gone

On one side of the table, people in Cleveland couldn’t be happier that Cooper will be in town. He’s posted 1,000-yard receiving campaigns twice in the last three seasons. For the Cowboys, there’s no question they’ll miss having him in the offense, but again, the front office didn’t want to pay him such a high amount moving forward.

Prescott’s brother knows this, but it still doesn’t take away from the fact that he’s going to miss watching Cooper fly down the field and catch bombs from Prescott on Sundays. With Cooper no longer suiting up at AT&T Field moving forward, this means there will be plenty of pressure on wideout CeeDee Lamb to rise to the occasion and be Prescott’s go-to option in 2022 and beyond.

Lamb has been fantastic in his first two years with the Cowboys, but there’s also been times where drops have been a problem for him. If Lamb can’t step up, it will make fans, including Prescott’s brother, miss Cooper even more.

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