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Nike #89 Amari Cooper Elite Black Home Men’s Jersey: NFL Oakland Raiders

Nike #89 Amari Cooper Elite Black Home Men’s Jersey: NFL Oakland Raiders

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Surely, Jared Cook was jesting wholesale jerseys.

The newest member of the Oakland Raiders was asked on a conference call with Bay Area reporters how attached he was to the jersey number he’s worn since coming into the NFL as a third-round draft pick in 2009. Amari Cooper already owns No. 89 in Oakland.

“Me and him are going to have to have a little conversation to see if I can get it off of him,” Cook said. “I might have to bribe him a little bit, throw him like five bucks wholesale jersey fabric or something to see if I can get it off his back.”

Cook laughed, as did the reporters on the call. But his joining the Raiders was far from a laughing matter. The eight-year veteran gives Oakland an upgrade as a pass-catching tight end after he bonded with quarterback Derek Carr during his visit.

The two watched film and clicked immediately.

“Love the kid, man; he’s cool,” Cook said. “He’s a real down-to-earth guy. I enjoy talking with him about the offensive system and different plays that they run and how they see me fitting in this offense.”

Such as?

“Just another weapon for Derek to use,” Cook said wholesale cheap jersey. “Just to be able to stretch the field, be able to beat one-on-one matchups, be able to get down into the secondary at a fast pace, be able to create separation off of different routes.

“When I’m coming out of my breaks, just a different radius that it gives him. A different element to put the ball in places and just keep chains moving.”

Cook’s yards per route run was 1.85 in the regular season in 2016, per Pro Football Focus. Raiders tight ends Mychal Rivera averaged 1.10 yards, and Clive Walford averaged 1.07 yards.

Raiders tight ends combined for 581 receiving yards last season. Cook had 377 yards receiving on 30 catches in the regular season and 18 catches on 31 targets for 229 yards in the postseason for the Green Bay Packers.

“It’s a positive and a forward-thinking moving team that [is] bringing pieces in that are going to help this team out,” Cook said of the Raiders. “It has a great defense, which is huge — great defense, great offensive line, which is huge. It has great receivers in place already. So they have the pieces that are in play, and they already had success in recent years.

“To be a part of that and to join a team that is on the up and up is a big plus.”

The Raiders are coming off a 12-4 season and their first playoff appearance since the 2002 season. They had a league-high seven Pro Bowl selections, a quarterback that finished tied for third in league MVP voting, the Defensive Player of the Year in edge rusher Khalil Mack and the NFL Executive of the Year in general manager Reggie McKenzie.

Oakland still has holes to fill with nine free agents leaving and the Raiders adding three offensive players in Cook, receiver/returner Cordarrelle Patterson and offensive lineman Marshall Newhouse. The Raiders are closing in on a deal with backup quarterback EJ Manuel.

The biggest hole? Running back, with Latavius Murray signing with wholesale football jerseys the Minnesota Vikings.

So I asked Cook his thoughts on Adrian Peterson, whom Cook played with in the NFC North last season.

“The way he runs the ball with aggression and anger, it’s almost like he has a chip on his shoulder, like he’s out to prove something, and he’s ran like that for years, man,” Cook said. “I feel like he fits the description of a Raider, and I think he’d fit in perfect here.

“To see him in a Raiders jersey, I think would be pretty awesome.”

At least Peterson would not have to barter for his No. 28. That’s the number Murray wore.

Minnesota goalie Darcy Kuemper makes 35 saves in win wholesale jerseys

Minnesota goalie Darcy Kuemper makes 35 saves in win wholesale jerseys

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Matt Dumba scored 3:57 into overtime to help the Minnesota Wild to a 2-1 win against the Ottawa Senators at Canadian Tire Centre wholesale jerseys on Sunday.

After Wild forward Mikael Granlund skated the puck down through the slot from the blue line, he passed the puck in front of the net and Dumba dove to knock it by Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson and into the net.

Ryan Suter scored a shorthanded goal for the Wild (8-5-1) and goaltender Darcy Kuemper, who started his third game of the season, made 35 saves.

WATCH: All Senators vs. Wild highlights

Kyle Turris scored and Craig Anderson made 40 saves for the Senators (9-5-1), who failed to win their third straight.

Dumba said he welcomes the opportunity to play the 3-on-3 format in overtime.

“I love it,” he said. “It’s what you dream of when you’re a little kid. Tonight, I seized the opportunity. Just lucky it came to me and I saw it there and it just rolled in. It hit something and it threw me off. I just got a piece of it. It seemed like forever me watching it going into the net.”

Dumba’s diving goal in OT

The Wild finished with a split of their four-game road trip, which saw them play their past three games in four nights.

The game was a good bounce back for Kuemper, who gave up five goals on 32 shots in a loss to the New York Islanders in his previous start on Oct. 23.

“It’s nice,” Kuemper said. “Looking at the schedule going forward, it’s going to pick up. We have a lot more games. It looks like I’m going to be getting more starts more regularly, so it’s nice to get one like this under my belt so I can be confident next time my number is called.”

Turris tied the game 1-1 at 5:06 of the third period.

The Senators had the first four power plays of the game, but their struggles with the man-advantage continued. They went 0-for-4 on Sunday and are 1-for-26 on the in the past 11 games.

“It’s a big point,” Senators coach Guy Boucher said new jersey wholesale. “Those points, they matter at the end. You make [the Stanley Cup Playoffs] or you don’t, by one, two or three points. That point we got tonight is huge.”
Goal of the game

Suter scored the Wild’s second shorthanded goal of the season at 8:36 of the first period to give Minnesota a 1-0 lead. Wild forward Eric Staal cut towards the net and got a shot on Anderson with the rebound going back out into the slot. Suter was unchecked and scored his fourth goal of the season.

Suter’s shorthanded goal

Save of the game

With the game tied 1-1 seven minutes into the third period, Kuemper moved strongly to his right to get his glove on a shot by Senators defenseman Cody Ceci.
Highlight of the game

Wild forward Nino Niederreiter jumped off the bench and got a breakaway from the Ottawa blue line four minutes into the second period. He faked to the right, went to his forehand but had his shot stopped by Anderson’s blocker.

Anderson’s great blocker save

Unsung moment of the game

With two minutes to go in the first period, Niederreiter put a strong check on Ceci, who had snuck down from the right point and was a threat to score.
They said it

“He was really good. I’m really happy for him. He hadn’t played in a while and in the last game he would admit he wasn’t as sharp as he’d like to be, but this gets him back into the fray, especially when we’re playing 10 games in 17 days.” — Wild coach Bruce Boudreau on goaltender Darcy Kuemper

“Every day, we’re concerned about getting better at everything. Obviously that’s one of the areas we need to (improve).” — Ottawa coach Guy Boucher after the Senators were held to two or fewer goals for the ninth straight game

“We’re playing the right way, we’re getting some opportunities, we’re just not able to capitalize. The positive out of not scoring right now is that even though those guys may be showing some frustration, they’re still doing their job on the defensive side of the puck hockey jersey wholesale, which is allowing us to get points, and be in each game. The goals will come. It’s the law of averages. Sooner or later.” — Senators goalie Craig Anderson
Need to know

Senators defenseman Marc Methot left wholesale jersey fabric the game in the second period because of a lower-body injury and did not return. Boucher had a hint Methot might not be able to finish the game, which is why he opted to dress seven defensemen and scratched forward Matt Puempel. … Ottawa has scored 13 goals in its past nine games and hasn’t scored more than three goals in a game since a 3-0 win against the Vancouver Canucks on Oct. 25.