Brandin Cooks doesn't view being traded three times in six NFL seasons "as a negative."
Cooks has been traded by the Saints to the Patriots, by the Patriots to the Rams, and by the Rams to the Texans.
"The way that I look at it, I take it as a positive and that I'm wanted, and that I'm valued at a high level still," Cooks said Thursday. "You look at all of the trades, they all were for a first-rounder, and this one, going for a second-rounder. To be honest with you, I'm blessed to be able to go around and play with so many different teams and different quarterbacks and different organizations.
"... So I don't think of it as a negative. I look forward to it. I'm a guy that adjusts pretty quick, and wherever I go, like I tell people, I'm going to ball. So I'm not worried about that."
Los Angeles signed Cooks to a five-year, $81 million contract before the 2018 season.