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Riley Cooper was born on September 9, 1987 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and is the son of Larry and Monica Cooper. He is an American football wide receiver and baseball outfielder for the Florida Gators. He signed a deal to play baseball for the Major League Baseball Texas Rangers. During his tenure at the University of Florida, he was quarterback Tim Tebow's roommate and primary passing target on the field. Cooper is known not only for his possession skills, but for being an outstanding and aggressive blocker.
Cooper recently signed with the Texas Rangers, but decided to delay his MLB career and return to play football for Florida in their 2009 season.
As of 2010, Cooper has given up baseball and has set his focus on football. He was supposed to get a physical and receive half of his 250,000 signing bonus on January 17th, but declined and told the Rangers that his focus is football, thus voiding his baseball contract.
Cooper appeared in every game for the Gators in his junior season, starting all but two (Hawaii and Florida State). Riley hauled in a key touchdown, along with a season-high 51-yard reception, that put UF in scoring position at the SEC Championship Game versus Alabama. He totaled 28 yards on two receptions in the BCS National Championship Game, including a crucial 17-yard catch on 3rd-and-12. Cooper ammased 261 total yards on 18 receptions, 3 of these being touchdowns.
As of the 2009 season, Cooper has remained one of Tim Tebow's primary passing threats, and is still a prominent special teams player. While receiving, he would total 961 yards on 51 receptions, catching 9 touchdowns and averaging 18.8 yards per catch.
Cooper caught his first NFL touchdown in a game against the Tennessee Titans on October 24, 2010. He ended his first season with 7 receptions for 116 yards and 1 TD.
He scored his second touchdown of his career against the New York Giants in week 10 of the 2011 NFL season on an 8-yard completion from Vince Young. Coming off the bench, he posted 16 reception for 315 yards and a TD.
He broke his collarbone on July 28, 2012 and missed time, but did return mid-season and made a one-handed catch for a touchdown against the Dallas Cowboys. He scored again in the second meeting of the season against the Cowboys, again on a one-handed catch. While mostly a reserve, he ended the season with 23 reception for 248 yards and 3 touchdowns.
Overall, this was Cooper's breakthrough season. In his last year of his rookie contract, he started the season used mostly for his blocking, rather than for his receiving ability. In the first 5 weeks, he posted 8 catches for 93 yards and 1 TD with Michael Vick at quarterback. Cooper had a career game on Week 9 against the Oakland Raiders, where he posted 5 receptions for 139 yards and 3 touchdowns. After a slow start, Cooper put together a solid season with 47 reception for 835 yards and 8 touchdowns, all career highs. He ended the season tied for third in the NFL with 17.8 yards per catch.
On February 27, Cooper signed an extension deal valued at $25 million over five years, with $8 million fully guaranteed.
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