Amari Cooper not attending Browns minicamp, is subject to fines

The Cleveland Browns could have a contract holdout on their hands on the first day of mandatory minicamp.

Veteran receiver Amari Cooper was not present for the first of camp, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Although there hasn’t been any indication Cooper is unhappy with his current situation, he is entering the final year of the five-year, $100 million deal he signed with the Cowboys in 2020.

The Browns owe Cooper a $20 million base salary in 20224, per Over The Cap, that doesn’t include the $3.776 million prorated signing bonus. None of the salary is guaranteed, either.


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