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Cooper caught four passes on five targets for 33 yards with a touchdown in Sunday's win over St. Louis.

Cooper has struggled with drops this year, but he's played relatively well in back-to-back games. His nine-yard touchdown right before halftime was a thing of beauty, as he leaped over a defender in the end zone to snatch the ball out of the air. Despite Cooper's solid game, he still was only fourth on the team in targets.

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Cooper had six receptions on eight targets for 54 yards in Sunday's 26-21 loss at San Francisco.

Cooper actually had a decent game, given Nick Foles' struggles (completed just 21-of-43 passes), although the lanky wideout did lose a fumble at the end of the second quarter. Cooper outplayed rookie Jordan Matthews, who had four catches for 28 yards, although it's still hard to get entirely excited about Cooper, as he hasn't really made many big plays since the midpoint of last year.

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Cooper had four catches on seven targets for 34 yards Sunday against Washington.

Cooper's struggles continued Sunday, as his 34 yards were a season-high and his four receptions on seven targets tied his season-best. Making things more frustrating is that the Eagles were great through the air again, as Jeremy Maclin had eight catches for 154 yards and a touchdown while Jordan Matthews had eight catches for 59 yards and two touchdowns. Cooper seems to be falling behind Matthews for targets, and his fantasy prospects aren't great given the Eagles' Week 4 trip to San Francisco.

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Cooper had one catch for eight yards on three targets in Monday's 30-27 win over the Colts.

Cooper dropped a pass and did little else of note in a game that saw Nick Foles throw the ball 37 times. Jeremy Maclin again led the Eagles with 11 targets, while No. 3 wideout Jordan Matthews had his issues with drops resurface. Through two games, Maclin has 22 targets, with Cooper (11) and Matthews (eight) comfortably behind. Cooper may be in for a disappointing season, as he's shaping up as the clear second fiddle to Maclin in an offense that makes heavy use of its running backs and tight ends in the passing game. There should be some better days ahead, but Cooper will likely post at least a few more duds before the end of the season.

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Cooper (ankle) had four catches on seven targets for 29 yards Sunday against the Jaguars.

Cooper entered the week with a minor ankle injury, but it didn't appear to have any affect on his performance Sunday. While his seven targets trailed only Jeremy Maclin's 10, Maclin, Zach Ertz, LeSean McCoy and Jordan Matthews all finished with more receiving yards. Cooper is certainly capable of putting up big numbers, but he's a fairly inconsistent fantasy producer given how many weapons quarterback Nick Foles has at his disposal.

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Cooper (ankle) is active Sunday against the Jaguars, Sheil Kapadia of PhillyMag.com reports.

Cooper's availability wasn't really in question, but the wideout is ready and willing to take on a Jaguars defense that ranked seventh-worst in passing yards allowed (247.6) a year ago.

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Cooper (ankle) is listed as "probable" for Sunday's game against the Jaguars.

Cooper returned to practice this week despite a minor ankle ailment, and all signs are pointing to the wideout taking the field Sunday. Although Jeremy Maclin projects to be the top target in Chip Kelly's fast-paced offense, look for quarterback Nick Foles to look Cooper's way several times as well.

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Cooper (ankle) participated fully at Wednesday's practice.

After a breakout campaign, Cooper enters the 2014 season with an ankle minor in nature. After recording at least three receptions in each of the final 12 games of last year, he's a decent bet to keep up the pace in coach Chip Kelly's explosive offense.

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Cooper caught three passes for 25 yards on five targets in Thursday's preseason game against the Steelers.

Cooper dropped what should have been a touchdown, but he more importantly proved that his foot is fine. He and Jeremy Maclin are locked in as the starting duo in an offense with questionable depth at wide receiver. However, Nick Foles still has plenty of other options in the passing game, thanks to running backs LeSean McCoy and Darren Sproles and tight ends Brent Celek and Zach Ertz.

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Cooper (foot) was a full participant in Sunday's practice for the first time in over two weeks, NJ.com reports.

Cooper has missed the preseason thus far due to a foot injury and although he's been able to practice more recently, Sunday marked the first occasion Cooper was full-go. The wideout will aim to make his exhibition debut Thursday against the Steelers as Philadelphia's No. 2 receiver opposite Jeremy Maclin (hamstring).