Chris Cooley will officially retire from the NFL on Tuesday, according to the Washington Post, bringing a 9-year career as the tight end for the Washington Redskins to an end.
Fred Davis is heading into his sixth season in Washington, longer than any Redskins offensive regular. And yet, if it doesn’t seem that Davis has been around that long, it’s because he has yet to start more than 12 games in a season and has averaged just eight starts during his career.
Robert Griffin III and the rest of the Washington Redskins had their first practice today as they prepare to play the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night Football for the NFC East title.
The Washington Redskins fall 27-12 to the Pittsburgh Steelers and fall 3-5 on the season as DeAngelo Hall get’s ejected after yelling at an official.
London Fletcher didn’t practice today as his 231 consecutive game streak is in jeopardy.
The Redskins held an open locker room this morning as they prepare for the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday and everyone was smiling as one of their leaders were back in the locker room.
Chris Cooley, back on the Redskins’ roster after being cut prior to the season, joined the Junkies to talk about his return to the team on Tuesday.
Redskins Head Coach Mike Shanahan spoke to the media for the first time since the team announced the return of Chris Cooley.
Chris Cooley believes he can help the Washington Redskins as soon as next Sunday when they travel to take on the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Left tackles may never sign endorsement deals, but football minds understand that a quarterback’s success is handcuffed to the ability of his offensive lineman.