Riley Cooper likely won’t be reviving his career in Tampa Bay.

The Buccaneers are not expected to sign the veteran wide receiver following a three-day tryout at the club’s rookie minicamp, Rick Stroud of The Tampa Bay Times reports.

Cooper, a former fifth-round pick, was out of football last year after spending each of his first six seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles.

The relative interest from Tampa Bay suggests the 29-year-old still has a chance to get back on an NFL roster, but he was evidently unable to secure a spot on a suddenly loaded Buccaneers offense.

The most productive season of Cooper’s stay in Philadelphia came back in 2013, when he racked up 47 receptions for 835 yards and eight touchdowns while starting 15-of-16 appearances for Chip Kelly’s high-powered attack.

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