Texans' Cooks: I won't 'accept any more trades'

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HOUSTON — Texans wide receiver Brandin Cooks, who is playing for his fourth team in his seven NFL seasons, said he’s “not going to accept any more trades.”

Cooks, who has been traded three times, has three years left on the contract he signed with the Los Angeles Rams. He has a cap hit of $12 million in 2021, but does not have any guaranteed money left on the remaining three years of his deal.

“For me, [No.] 4 [Deshaun Watson] is a special player, and I would love to continue to grow with him,” Cooks said of Houston’s quarterback. “But as far as a team thinking they could trade me for draft capital, I would caution them to think twice, because quite frankly, I’m not going to accept any more trades. And so, for me, if you want me off your team, you’ve just got to let me walk and choose my destination.

“For me, I’ve got a newborn son at home and he’s looking for someone to set an example. So I think it’s, for me, starting to stand firm when it comes to my career. But when it comes to playing here and

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