PHILADELPHIA—After the first of his three deep-ball catches late in the 11-on-11 drills between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots, Riley Cooper was greeted in the end zone by a leaping chest-bump from teammate Jason Avant. After the 

Riley Cooper made a big impact on the field in his return to Philadelphia Eagles practice Tuesday. And it sounds like he's there to stay. Coach Chip Kelly said Cooper will play in the Eagles' preseason opener if the wide receiver stays healthy all week.

Cooper went so far as to say he'll live with the incident "every day for the rest of my life." "It's going to be tough. No doubt it's going to be tough," Cooper said. "I'm going to live with this every day for the rest of my life." Cooper talked

PHILADELPHIA—After the first of his three deep-ball catches late in the 11-on-11 drills between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots, Riley Cooper was greeted in the end zone by a leaping chest-bump from teammate Jason Avant. After the 

Riley Cooper returned to Eagles practice yesterday, four days after being excused from camp in the wake of a video showing him angrily using a racial slur. Where did Cooper go? What did he do? And how did his teammates 

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