When Chris Cooley was released by the Redskins, it was a common observation that if he decided to not play football, he would have a promising media career. Cooley has taken the first step by agreeing to talk Redskins with NBC Washington’s Dan Hellie every Monday.
His first segment aired on Monday, and he ended it by talking about what comes next for the former Redskin.
“I’ve talked to some other teams and I’ve had some other options come up, and nothing I’ve been excited about, nothing I want to do,” said Cooley. “I’m still happy to be here. This is where I live. We’ll see what I do moving into the future.
“Nothing’s a real hurry for me. Obviously I would love to be practicing at Redskins Park, instead of talking to you right now. But that’s not what we’re doing. We’ll see how it goes.”
According to Hellie’s Facebook page, the segment will be called “The Cooley Report” and will air on Mondays at 5:20 and 6:40.
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* Sally Jenkins says the incompetence of the replacement refs is solely the fault of the league.
TWEET OF THE NIGHT
Big Thanks to all the Packer fans for all the support. Great 5 years.. Looking forward to the next journey. With that said Go Skins #HTTR— Ryan Grant (@RyanGrant25) September 26, 2012
QUOTE OF THE NIGHT
Davey Johnson on last night’s loss to the Phillies:
“Just got to win tomorrow. We lost a battle today, we’ve got to win a battle tomorrow. Want to win the war.”
HIGHLIGHT OF THE NIGHT
Comcast SportsNet is jumping on the You Can Play movement.
PHOTO OF THE DAY
What a pair.
WHAT TO WATCH TODAY
The Nats are at Philly at 7 on MASN. The Orioles host the Blue Jays at 7 on MASN2. All TV/Radio listings are here. (A previous version of these listings was incorrect.)
Thanks to a holiday for one of us and travel plans for the other, the Bog will be sparse today. We promise to come back and entertain you on Thursday.