Riley Cooper not worried about being booed

Eagles wide receiver used racial slur Aaron Wilson

Print This August 11, 2013, 10:40 AM EST

For Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper, being forgiven by teammates and fans is going to take a long time.

Cooper used a racial slur at Kenny Chesney concern, was fined for conduct detrimental to the team, reprimanded by owner Jeffrey Lurie and has apologized publicly and privately.

Following his 19-yard catch on a Michael Vick pass against the New England Patriots, Cooper got a mixture of cheers and boos with more applause than jeers.

"I didn't pay attention," Cooper said. "I know I had that one catch and people said it was a good reaction."

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