Chris Cooley

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  1. Vinny

    Vinny shiny happy fan Staff Member

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    Chris Cooley is one of my favorite NFL players to watch. I thought Owen Daniels had a game like his at first glance. Good piece on the kid with a Riggins type free spirit. I think he is pro bowl bound this season. Al Saunders knows how to target a good TE in his offense.

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    http://www.berkshireeagle.com/sports/ci_4160371

     
  2. AtheGreat

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    :rofl: funny stuff. I bet things like that really help lighten a hot, tough day.
     
  3. BattleRedRaider

    BattleRedRaider All Pro

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    Great player with a great sense of humor.

    So he better put up some good stats for my fantasy football team this year!
     
  4. hot pickle

    hot pickle Canada Eh

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    yah hopefully one of our TE's can turn into a guy like this, maybe Bennie or Owen

    i've always liked Chris Cooley
     
  5. Texans_Chick

    Texans_Chick Utopian Dreamer

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    LOL.

    I kinda like Clinton Portis, and his goofy characters:


    Link to pictures

    Link to a description of a strange weird press conference including Cooley as "Johnny White Guy."

    From wiki


    I just admire the creativity of this. It certainly makes the typical interview more fun.

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  6. texan279

    texan279 Hall of Fame

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    If I was standing next to Chris when that pic was taken, I would have run like heck thinking lightning was about to strike! Seriously, I love watching the guy play.
     
  7. Double Barrel

    Double Barrel Modified Simian

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    Funny! :heh: Thanks for the story, Vinny. I always appreciate people with a sense of humor. Life is too short to take things too serious.
     
  8. PapaL

    PapaL Loose Screw

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    The Redskins cheerleaders also liked him alot. Enough to lose to get removed from the team:

    http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/cheap/2005/cheap1209.html
     


  9. TexanSam

    TexanSam Hall of Fame

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    That stinks. I wonder if the Texans have this type of policy also. You know the players want to turn around and watch when the cheerleaders do their routine at the 2 minute warning.
     
  10. J-Man

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    Most (if not all) teams have a policy like this. I just remembered the old XFL came out and was up front about encouraging cheerleaders and players to "socialize" and tried to play it up during that ill-fated experiment.

    Wasn't it the Panthers that had a cheerleader incident last year? Two of them caught in a compromising position in a bathroom stall in a bar I think.
     

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