The Dallas Cowboys didn’t acquire Amari Cooper from the Oakland Raiders as a one or two-year rental. After giving away a first-round pick for Cooper, the plan goes beyond just the immediate future for the Cowboys and the team’s vice president Stephen Jones made that very clear on Monday.
As Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News revealed, Jones stated that the plan is to sign Cooper to a contract extension.
“In general, we believe we’re going to sign Amari to an extension. That goes without saying. We feel like he was worth the No. 1, and I think part of making it worth it is that we eventually sign him to an extension.” Jones told 105.3 The Fan.