The Dallas Cowboys turned their season around after acquiring Amari Cooper from the Oakland Raiders.
During his short stint with the team, it appears that the former Alabama standout likes what he’s seen.
Cooper recently hinted he’s interested in staying with America’s team, at least if an iced-out medallion forged for him by the well-known jeweler Gabriel the Jeweler is any indication.
According to TMZ.com, the piece of jewelry is valued at $65,000. And it doesn’t appear to be the kind of touchstone that a player would create if he was interested in leaving his current team.
But that’s not all. Cooper appears to be celebrating helping turn around the moribund Dallas passing attack with his arrival. His medallion is part of a total bling haul that also includes a 15-carat bracelet and a 45-carat Cuban chain that was worth more than $140,000.
The Cowboys and Cooper appear to be a match that should thrive for many years. The Cowboys were 8-3 this season after he was picked up from the Raiders on Oct. 22 for a first-round draft pick.
Cooper notched 53 receptions for 725 yards and six touchdowns in his nine regular season games with the Cowboys. Those totals were tops among Dallas receivers during that period.
He came up big in the playoffs, producing 13 catches for 171 yards and a touchdown in two playoff games for the Cowboys.
His current contract expires at the end of next season.
And his latest purchase looks like he doesn’t have any intention of leaving the Cowboys — at least any time soon.