Found October 27, 2011 on Washington Redskins Team Page:
Redskins tight end Chris Cooley was placed on injured reserve this week, and he blames the lockout for his lost season.

Redskins might be done with Cooley

After being placed on season-ending injured reserve for the second time in three seasons, rumors are swirling in D.C. that the veteran tight end might have played his last snap for the team.

Chris Cooley ‘most likely’ done as a Redskin

Chris Cooley‘s injury-riddled season isn’t the only thing that’s finished — his career in Washington may be, too. Chris Russell of ESPN 980 spoke to people “inside the organization” that told him Cooley “most likely” has played his last snap at tight end for the Redskins. Although Russell cautions that it’s “far from absolute certain to happen,” the move would...

Chris Cooley Says He is a Casualty of the NFL Lockout

Redskins tight end Chris Cooley said he is a  “casualty of the [NFL] lockout.”  Cooley says he needed time with trainers in the off-season to rehabilitate his surgically-repaired knee at the team facility.  Obviously no player could talk to any staff during the lockout.  Peyton Manning said something along the same lines when he ended up getting neck surgery to end his season...

Chris Cooley Out for the Season

Chris Cooley could never get out of the gates this season for the Washington Redskins. The star tight end seemed injured from Day 1. Now it’s official: Chris Cooley is out for the rest of the 2011 NFL season. Chris Cooley had knee surgery in the offseason but due to the NFL lockout, he didn’t have medical help when recovering. The Redskins Pro Bowler pointed to the lockout as...

Chris Cooley Blames the Lockout for His Season-Ending Injury

Perhaps it just seems this way, but it feels like the NFL has had more significant injuries than usual this season. At least one impact player — such as Jamaal Charles, Kenny Britt, or Tim Hightower — seems to go down with a season-ending injury per week. Others like Peyton Manning were not able to [...]

Redskins TE Chris Cooley lost for season, says he's a lockout casualty

ASHBURN, Va. - The NFL has made Chris Cooley a millionaire many times over. During the NFL lockout, when he was...

Redskins IR Chris Cooley, Tim Hightower

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Cooley Cares About the Redskins

When a player gets injured and people start whispering about his possible departure from the team, that player usually goes on a public relations campaign, professing his loyalty to his current team and fan base. When Chris Cooley does it, it’s not PR. It’s real and believable and exactly the reason why Cooley will always be a fan favorite here in D.C. Cooley addressed the...

Redskins place Cooley, Hightower on IR

The Washington Redskins placed tight end Chris Cooley on season-ending injured reserve Tuesday.

Redskins Place Hightower, Cooley on IR

The Washington Redskins have placed both running back Tim Hightower and tight end Chris Cooley on season ending injured reserve.  Hightower suffered a torn ACL this past Sunday and Cooley underwent surgery on his shattered finger,  which has now wiped his season out prematurely as well. The Redskins will be in good hands at the tight [...]

Explaining The Votes For Favorite Redskins Player

Whenever a fan-favorite player leaves the Redskins or gets put on IR or whatever, it immediately becomes time to properly identify that person’s place in the Best Redskins Of [Time Period] list. Which is why the news that Chris Cooley’s season was over led directly to a  “Favorite Redskins Player Of The 2000’s” poll over on Hogs Haven; the image above gives the standings...
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