Browns offseason pick-up Amari Cooper was reportedly a no-show at Wednesday's practice.
But according to Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com, the team built him in a rest day.
Cooper had just three catches for 17 yards in his Browns debut, but Cleveland was able to steal a big win on the road against Baker Mayfield and the Carolina Panthers.
Speaking to 92.3 "The Fan" last week, Cooper spoke on the Browns offense. Saying, "We definitely have the talent on this side of the ball to be everything we want to be. I would just say 'wait and see'. Why not? It's right around the corner."
How much of that can be unlocked with Jacoby Brissett behind center remains to be seen. But the Browns get another crack at it when they host the Jets on Sunday.