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Sage Rosenfels, the most prolific and iconic passer that football has ever known, has decided to hang up his cleats after 11 triumphant seasons in the NFL, during which he revolutionized his position and became the first quarterback to win more than four Super Bowl championships.
The 109th selection of the 2001 NFL Draft by the Washington Redskins, Rosenfels propelled to immediate stardom. He came to be known as “Jew Montana” after leading Washington to consecutive championships in his first two seasons in the league. That unprecedented success, however, was not enough to stave off a power struggle with owner Daniel Snyder, who bristled at the public perception that the Redskins’ success was due almost entirely to the arm of Rosenfels and not Snyder’s personnel moves. In a blockbuster trade, Rosenfels was shipped to Miami for six first-round draft picks, which the Redskins used in turn to acquire quarterback Aaron Brooks from the Saints. The rest is history: Rosenfels won the next t...
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Sage Rosenfels has been out of the NFL since he was released by the Minnesota Vikings before last season and now he's officially announced his retirement.Rosenfels, who spent two seasons as a backup in Minnesota sandwiched around a year with the New York Giants made the announcement on his Facebook page. Rosenfels, 35, was in training camp with the Vikings last season after spending...
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Longtime Washington Redskins tight end Chris Cooley will work on the team's radio broadcasts.
The Redskins Radio Network announced Tuesday that Cooley will provide analysis starting with the first preseason game next month.
Cooley has not formally announced his retirement as a player, but he was not expected to return after nine seasons with the Redskins.
Cooley was a third...
Chris Cooley was definitely a different type of character for the Redskins as a tight end, and it will be interesting to see what type of character he is off the field now.
Around The League is reporting that Cooley has announced his retirement today from the NFL, and will join the Redskins radio team.
Cooley was a two-time Pro Bowl tight end, and played nine seasons in Washington...
Whenever Robert Griffin III gets his knee examined to determine whether or not he will be ready to start camp it appears the news will likely be good. Chris Russell of ESPN 980, cited a source who is “very involved on the medical side”, posted on Twitter “every test they give him, every path they [...]
Redskins tight end Chris Cooley will retire from football, according to the Washington Post.Fantasy Spin:Cooley was a fantasy-worthy tight end from 2005-2008 averaging 785 yards and 5.5 touchdowns per season over the span, but bad knees forced him to watch most games from the sidelines between 2009-2012.