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Josh McDaniels: “Disappointing” to lose Brandin Cooks so early

Many of the Patriots in the lineup for Super Bowl LII had played in previous Super Bowls, but it was the first chance for wide receiver Brandin Cooks to try for a ring. Cooks would not be around for most of the proceedings, however. Cooks was drilled by Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins while trying to [more]
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