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Saints News, 11/15/16: Brandin Cooks Enjoying Being a Dual-Threat Receiver

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When it comes to Brandin Cooks, the big plays tend to overshadow his game. However, he's much more than a big play threat. The shifty receiver is also an excellent student of the route tree, and doubles more than adequately as an underneath possession receiver.

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