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Tight end Chris Cooley underwent surgery Wednesday to repair his fractured left index finger, and up next for the Washington Redskins behind tight end Fred Davis is second-year pro Logan Paulsen.
Signed as an undrafted free agent out of UCLA in 2010, Paulsen recorded two catches for 10 yards and a touchdown last season. He has found it hard to get on the field with Davis playing well and Cooley active.
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The Redskins tight end suffered a broken left index finger in the game against the Eagles. Cooley will have surgery on the busted digit, and is expected to be out six weeks. Of course, it didn’t take someone long to slap a picture of a dong on his cast, which is pretty funny in it’s own right, but even more hilarious when you find out that Fox5 in Washington...
Washington Redskins tight end Chris Cooley will have surgery Wednesday on his fractured left index finger, the Washington Post reported Tuesday.
The report also said Cooley will seek additional opinions on his left knee, which has given him trouble over the last couple of seasons.
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan has indicated that Cooley woul be sidelined for an extended period...
Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan sounded resigned Monday to being without tight end Chris Cooley for a significant period of time. He said the two-time Pro Bowl player would have surgery on his fractured left index finger Wednesday, and later will seek additional medical opinions on his troublesome left knee.
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Our good friends over at the American Mustache Institute were recently at Redskins Park to conduct interviews with players sporting impressive upper-lip hair.
Yesterday, we learned of running back Tim Hightower’s hard-work-equals-facial-hair mustache, and today, we discover that Cooley is trying to capture the athletic and facial-hair prowess of runner...
His left hand is wrapped. Hospital bracelets are still on his right wrist. And his cell phone holds photos that feature a shattered bone, and his post-surgery finger filled with stitches. Tight end Chris Cooley was back in the Redskins’ locker room Friday but says he’s at least four weeks away from playing again.
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Washington Redskins Coach Mike Shanahan said that tight end Chris Cooley will meet Sunday with noted orthopedic surgeon James Andrews about his problematic left knee.
Cooley, who had surgery on his fractured left index finger Wednesday, will be sidelined for an extended period of time because of the finger, but Shanahan said he wasn’t sure how long. The knee could keep the two...
Cooley's dong has long been a friend of Deadspin, and we're glad that the Redskins TE finally embraced his inner donginess, even if it took a broken index finger to do it. He's out up to six weeks. More »
Redskins Coach Mike Shanahan said that tight end Chris Cooley will meet Sunday with noted orthopedic surgeon James Andrews about his problematic left knee. Cooley, who had surgery on his fractured left index finger Wednesday, will be sidelined for an extended period of time because of the finger, but Shanahan said he wasnt sure how long. The knee could keep the two-time Pro Bowl...
The worst season of tight end Chris Cooley’s otherwise consistently strong career took a nasty turn Sunday. A broken left index finger will require surgery and knock Cooley out indefinitely, according to coach Mike Shanahan. Grant Paulsen of 106.7 reported Sunday Cooley would be out roughly six weeks. Cooley will also seek more opinions on…
Chris Cooley did an interview with the always amusing American Mustache Institute.
It is full of fun facts and Cooleyisms, such as...
"There is no such thing as a bad mustache, just bad people who don't have mustaches."
... and revelations such as ...
"Most African-American athletes on the team have a mustache."
The combination of the interview and the AMI added...
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Redskins TE Chris Cooley (finger)
Jock to Doc Take: The reliable veteran underwent surgery on his broken finger on Wednesday after suffering the injury Sunday, the Washington Post reports. Cooley is out for the time being...
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Fred Davis (TE/Redskins) – Davis is a stud at tight end. He’s physically imposing, and a much better option than Chris Cooley right now for the Redskins. He was frequently against the Eagles and both of Washington’s quarterbacks found him.TE Fred Davis was a popular target Sunday, but S Kurt Coleman got the best of him here.The reason I chose him was because the Eagles finally...