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Free agent tight end Chris Cooley is expected to re-sign with the Washington Redskins later this week according to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports.Fantasy Spin:Cooley will be taking the place of Fred Davis, who tore his Achilles Sunday in a loss to the Giants. Cooley had a brilliant 77-catch, 849-yard season in 2010 before being limited to five games last season because of injuries so it will be interesting to see what the nine-year veteran can contribute upon his return to Washington.
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According to Mark Maske of The Washington Post, the Redskins will sign tight end Chris Cooley as long as he passes a physical on Monday.With Fred Davis done for the season, Cooley will have a chance to show the Redskins and the NFL that he can still play at a high level.
The sad saga of Chris Cooley’s football career and personal life continues to get uglier. The former Redskins tight end is now to the selling his house stage. Of course you know he’s getting divorced from his smokeshow ex. Now comes the news that he has listed his 13,000 sq. ft. Leesburg, Virginia mansion.
Did I mention he’s listing it at a loss?
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The Washington Redskins are close to signing veteran tight end Chris Cooley. A source told the Washington Post on Sunday night that the two sides have agreed to a deal. "It's going to happen," the source said. Cooley is scheduled to have a physical Monday and his re-signing with the team will take place afterward. Cooley's addition comes in the wake of...
Chris Cooley Will Rejoin Redskins, Pending Physical -
Within hours after losing TE Fred Davis for the season to a torn Achilles, the Redskins are bringing back Chris Cooley. According to Mark Maske of the Washington Post, Cooley will take a physical for the Redskins on Monday and if all goes according to plans the two parties will finalize a deal. I’m sure Redskins fans are happy...
Like the Baltimore Ravens, the Washington Redskins are being eaten alive by the injury bug.
Redskins starting tight end Fred Davis has left the game with an Achilles injury and will not return to the game.
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Tight end Chris Cooley has passed a physical exam and agreed to rejoin the Washington Redskins.
Cooley's return to the Redskins on Monday comes a day after tight end Fred Davis was lost for the season with an Achilles tendon injury during Washington's 27-23 loss at the New York Giants.
Cooley was released in August by the Redskins, the team he spent his entire eight-season...
Redskins Reportedly Set To Sign TE Chris Cooley -
According to CBS’ Jason La Canfora, the Washington Redskins have “reached out” to free agent TE Chris Cooley after losing Fred Davis to a season ending torn Achilles injury. This move would make perfect sense, as Cooley already knows Mike Shanahan’s offense and he should be well-rested after sitting out the last two months...
Following a season ending injury to tight end Fred Davis the Washington Redskins reached out to Chris Cooley. Cooley spent eight seasons with the Redskins before being released at the end of August.
Cooley will undergo a physical on Monday and the re-signing will be announced shorty after according to the latest report from the Washington Post.
Cooley declined to comment on the...
As soon as the Washington Redskins arrived home from a 27-23 loss at the New York Giants, coach Mike Shanahan phoned out-of-work tight end Chris Cooley to see whether he was fit enough to replace Robert Griffin III's top target, an injured Fred Davis.
Cooley assured Shanahan he was.
''I wasn't at home doing squats and power cleans and listening to `Rocky' music...
With the loss of Fred Davis, the Washington Redskins have reached out tight end Chris Cooley and plan on signing him.Cooley already knows the Redskins’ offense and should have enough left to make a contribution on the field.
With a season ending Achilles tendon injury to Redskins Tight End Fred Davis, Chris Cooley is welcomed back to Washington after being cut back on August 28th. Davis finishes his 2012 season with 24 catches for 325 yards.
“I had a lot of things I wanted to do this year, and I was doing it,” said Davis. “It’s very discouraging.”
Davis was injured in the first...