"Amari Cooper is another guy we're working back there," said special teams coordinator Brad Seely, per CSN Bay Area's Scott Bair. "It depends on, you know, what exactly his role is on this football team if he's going to do some of that stuff. He could because he's got a lot of talent. At this time of the year, you're really just trying to evaluate as many guys as you can."
Whether or not Cooper sees special-teams work, the juicier takeaway in Oakland is the wideout's robust display of athleticism and pristine route running, which should have Raiders fans fired up for what's ahead.