Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns, coach Andy Reid said on Wednesday. Cooper fractured his collarbone in training camp and did not play in any of the team's preseason games. Without Cooper, the Eagles on Sunday will only have four receivers: DeSean Jackson, Jason Avant, Jeremy Maclin and rookie Damaris Johnson.
Fantasy Impact: Cooper's absence is a bigger deal to the Eagles than it will be to fantasy owners, as the team will not have a lot of depth at the position for Sunday's game. Maclin and Jackson are the receivers who will be in most fantasy lineups. Even when he returns, Cooper wouldn't appear to have much fantasy value.
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