The Score "After failing to live up to expectations in Arizona, Jonathan Cooper is eager for a fresh start with the New England Patriots. Cooper, the seventh overall pick of the 2013 draft, was acquired by the Patriots on Tuesday in a trade that sent pass-rusher Chandler Jones to the Cardinals. He'll be..." March 18
Cards-Pats blockbuster from @diannaESPN and me: Cards trade G Jonathan Cooper + 2nd-rd pick to NE for DE Chandler Jones, per sources.
NFL.com "Two Super Bowl hopefuls have swung a fascinating trade. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Tuesday that the Cardinals are shipping offensive guard Jonathan Cooper and a second-round pick to New England in exchange for Patriots defensive end Chandler Jones, per two sources involved in the..." March 15
Arizona Republic "onathan Cooper's left fibula, fractured in the 2013 preseason, has healed. The turf toe on his right foot, which limited him most of this preseason, is feeling better every day. Cooper watches himself run on video these days and notices that, for the first time in months, he doesn't limp. What..." September 26
NFL.com "Jonathan Cooper's rookie season with the Arizona Cardinals is a complete loss. Cooper the seventh overall pick in April's draft has been moved to injured reserve six days after suffering a broken leg in preseason action. Cooper had surgery to repair the leg on Monday. That same day Cardinals..." August 30
#azcardinals injury update per Arians: cooper had surgery a chance he could return. Housler high ankle won't play thur
Pro Football Talk "The Cardinals have lost their first-round pick indefinitely. Rookie left guard Jonathan Cooper suffered a broken leg in the third quarter of Saturday night’s exhibition loss to San Diego coach Bruce Arians said according to multiple reports. Per multiple media outlets Cooper has a broken..." August 25
Cardinals and Jonathan Cooper reached agreement on a 4-year 14.55 million fully guaranteed deal with offset language.
Arizona Republic "The Cardinals and the agent for guard Jonathan Cooper are past the negotiation stage. There is no middle ground. For Cooper to sign and start practice it’s going to require one side giving in. And that’s not going to be the Cardinals. Cooper’s four-year contract will be worth around $14.5..." July 27
Jonathan Cooper is seeking a deal similar to last year 7th overall pick Mark Barron, 4 yrs 14.5M, SB 8.9M, fully gtd, w/ no off set language