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.
Washington is doing well on offense this year, but they need that one extra thing to really push them to a dangerous group of weapons. That “one thing” is a player that they just got rid of within the last two months.
As of Friday afternoon, Chris Cooley wasn’t aware that he would be meeting with the Washington Redskins in the coming days.
Believe it or not, Chris Cooley returned to Redskins Park on Thursday. The veteran tight end was tasked with doing what he saw countless others do over the years — clean out of his locker.
The $42 million dollar man joined 106.7 The Fan’s Holden and Danny Thursday. Pierre Garcon gave a real player’s perspective on dealing with the emotion of cut day and took some time to talk a little trash on RGIII.
Redskins second year tight-end Niles Paul joined the Junkies on Wednesday to share some fond memories and experiences with the recently released Chris Cooley.
Logan Paulsen, entering into his third season with the Redskins, joined Holden and Danny to help soak up what’s left of the shock of Chris Cooley being cut. Logan, a tight end, was very close to Chris having learned under the giant shadow since he entered the NFL, and was completely taken aback by the move, but reminds fans, it is a business.
One of the most popular Redskins of all-time, tight end Chris Cooley’s eight-year run in Washington came to an end Tuesday morning.