New Saints Brandin Cooks will wear #10 for the Black and Gold
New Saints Brandin Cooks will wear #10 for the Black and Gold— juan kincaid (@juankinc4) May 9, 2014
Love the Saints plan.. there was no Jairus Byrd caliber safety available in the draft, and no Brandin Cooks caliber wide out in free agency.
Love the Saints plan.. there was no Jairus Byrd caliber safety available in the draft, and no Brandin Cooks caliber wide out in free agency.— Doug Mouton (@DMoutonWWL) May 9, 2014
Emailer wrote me that the Saints should have signed Jacoby Ford rather trade up for Cooks because they're the same player. Oh boy ...
Emailer wrote me that the Saints should have signed Jacoby Ford rather trade up for Cooks because they're the same player. Oh boy ...— Larry Holder (@LarryHolder) May 9, 2014
Nervous as hell at the dentist
Nervous as hell at the dentist— rafael bush (@rbush36) May 9, 2014
Brandin Cooks will wear No. 10 jersey
Fans can pre-order Brandin Cook's No. 10 jersey on the NewOrleansSaints.com Team Shop
Brandin Cooks draws praise from competition - ESPN
METAIRIE, La. -- Some of the most flattering scouting reports on new New Orleans Saints receiver Brandin Cooks came from his competition. Or perhaps i
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Must-read Grantland story on New Orleans Saints Brandin Cooks - ESPN
Grantland’s Robert Mays spent some quality time with new New Orleans Saints receiver Brandin Cooks leading up to the draft for this terrific in-
New Orleans Saints players react to Brandin Cooks selection
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Six first-round picks with franchise-altering potential - NFL.com
6. Brandin Cooks, WR, Saints: The Sean Payton era in New Orleans is renowned for its creativity on offense. While Rob Ryan was revitalizing the defense, though, Payton's offense grew stale due in large part to a wide receiving corps that had suddenly grown stale. With no running mate for Marques Colston, running backs and tight ends accounted for 63 percent of Drew Brees' completions. Payton regained his NFC South foothold with the arrival of Cooks, a playmaking machine and the fastest wide receiver in the draft.
Brandin Cooks talks about joining the New Orleans Saints
Quotes from Brandin Cooks first conference call with the New Orleans media after being drafted in the first round on Thursday, May 8, 2014
Sean Payton talks about drafting WR Brandin Cooks
Quotes from Sean Payton's press conference after the Saints first round pick on Thursday, May 8, 2014.
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