Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Eagles' draft picks: Round 5/159 -- Riley Cooper, WR, 6-4, 222, Florida: Cooper is an intriguing size-speed receiver who should compete for a backup WR spot. The only wideout the Eagles have on their roster anywhere near as big as Cooper is Hank Baskett, and Cooper is much faster than Baskett. - by The Sports Xchange
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11/11/13 - --WR Riley Cooper continues to flourish with Nick Foles at quarterback. He had two more touchdown catches Sunday and his second straight 100-yard game. Five of Cooper's last seven receptions have been for scores.
11/06/13 - WR Riley Cooper has 12 catches for 291 yards and four touchdowns in the 13 quarters that Nick Foles has been the team's quarterback this season.
11/04/13 - --WR Riley Cooper seems to have more rapport with Nick Foles than Michael Vick. In just 13 quarters with Foles as quarterback, he's 12 catches for 291 yards and 3 touchdowns.
10/23/13 - WR Riley Cooper is starting to become an offensive factor. He's been targeted 13 times in the last two games and has 10 catches, nine for first downs.
08/07/13 - WR Riley Cooper said it was great to be back at practice Tuesday, four days after the team excused him from training camp after being seen on a video using a racial slur.
"To be honest, it felt good," Cooper said. "It felt great. I love being out there on the field playing football. That's what I do and that's what I love. So it felt good to be out there with the guys, catching, running and making some plays."
Cooper was fined by the Eagles and sent to get outside counseling last week after using the slur at a Kenny Chesney concert in June. Footage of the incident surfaced last week. He apologized for the remark.
ESPN reported that the team plans to use Cooper in its exhibition opener Friday against the New England Patriots.
Eagles coach Chip Kelly said he was more worried about Cooper regaining acceptance from his teammates than how he performed on the field in his return.
"My concern wasn't how he practiced," Kelly said. "It was him with the team himself and a chance to make sure he gets to talk to every guy so they understand how he felt, what he did and understand that he's truly sorry for what he did. We'll look at the film and correct all those other things but that wasn't really my concern."
Cooper said the incident will always be with him.
"It's going to be tough," he said. "No doubt it's going to be tough. I'm going to live with this every day for the rest of my life."
Cooper would not comment on the details of his counseling but said that he knows he has to be responsible for how he acts on and off the field.
"I just went out and seeked help," he said. "I talked with my family and seeked help -- I'm going to keep that with me and the others that are helping out, but it went well. It took a few days. It's been a tough ride. I talked to Chip last night and this morning and he asked me 'How do you feel? Are you ready to come back?' and I said 'Absolutely, I love being out there on the field, I love being out there with my g