Oakland Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper was forced to leave Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks in the first half after taking a big hit from Seahawks safety Bradley McDougald .
Despite there being contact to the head and neck area, there was no penalty called on the play.
Raiders fans were upset with the non-call.
Before today’s game Cooper was reportedly being put on the trade market but that’s obviously on hold depending on the severity of his injury.
Via Yahoo Sports
The Oakland Raiders have already made headlines in all the wrong ways by dealing away former first-round draft pick Khalil Mack, and now, reports are suggesting they’ll do the same thing with the team’s two first-round picks from the seasons right after Mack arrived.
Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer reported Sunday morning that the Raiders are actively shopping both 2014 first-rounder Amari Cooper and 2015 first-rounder Karl Joseph. Cooper, a wide receiver, has been an inconsistent but occasionally brilliant wide receiver, while Joseph has largely underperformed at safety.
Oakland, at 1-4, is in London this week to face the Seattle Seahawks, and the team looks as unsettled as it has in years.