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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,'' Cooley said Monday on a conference call with reporters, ''but at the same time, I'm in good shape.''
That was good enough for Shanahan. Cooley passed a physical exam and signed a contract to rejoin the Redskins, who put Davis on injured reserve with a ruptured left Achilles tendon a day after he was hurt in the first quarter Sunday.
The 30-year-old Cooley was released in August; injuries limited him to eight receptions and five games last season. He is a two-time Pro Bowl pick with 428 career catches, a franchise record for a tight end, over eight years in the NFL, all wi...
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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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If you live in the DC-Metro area and you haven't heard about the re-signing of Chris Cooley by the Redskins, then you have most likely been under a rock the past week.Once again will the uproar of "Cooley" chants ascend from Fedex Field?Redskins fans were over overjoyed when the news came out that Cooley would be making his return, and I'm sure No. 47 is happy to...
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...
Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis suffered an Achilles injury during today’s loss to the Giants. He’s expected to miss the remainder of the season.After the Redskins released tight end Chris Cooley they met with him and told him they’d reach out to him if someone got injured. Well now’s the time and he’s expected to sign with them.
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...
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...
Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis injured his left Achilles tendon and was declared out for the rest of their game with the New York Giants.
Davis needed help to the sideline and then onto a trainer's table before he was carted to the locker room for further examination. He was injured late in a 17-play drive for a field goal.
Davis was the team's leading receiver...
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...
Redskins tight end Fred Davis left the Giants game in the first quarter with an apparent left ankle sprain.Fantasy Spin:Davis has been one of Robert Griffin III's favorite targets this season, entering Week 6 with 23 receptions for 312 yards. His return is questionable.
Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis is out for the
remainder of the season with a torn Achilles tendon, reports Gregg Rosenthal of
"I didn't know what it was right away," Davis
said, via The Associated Press. "I have never experienced anything like
that. I was unable to walk and then I knew something really was wrong.