The Washington Post says it appears the Redskins have moved on from free agent TE Chris Cooley.
Free agent Chris Cooley has yet to hear from the Redskins, but isn't interested in playing for other teams.
Redskins GM Bruce Allen says free agent Chris Cooley is drawing interest from other teams.
Free agent TE Chris Cooley does not have plans to retire.
According to the Washington Examiner, it's "hard to imagine" the Redskins re-signing free agent Chris Cooley.
Chris Cooley has not caught a pass since the Redskins re-signed him prior to Week 8.
Chris Cooley played on just 10 snaps in the Week 9 loss to the Panthers.
Chris Cooley had no catches on one target while making his 2012 debut in Sunday's Week 8 loss to the Steelers.
Redskins OC Kyle Shanahan indicated Chris Cooley will not replace Fred Davis in the starting lineup.
Redskins re-signed TE Chris Cooley.
CBS' Jason La Canfora confirms the Redskins have "reached out" to free agent TE Chris Cooley in the wake of Fred Davis' season-ending injury, and will likely finalize a deal "shortly."
The Washington Times suggests the Redskins re-sign free agent TE Chris Cooley to replace Fred Davis.
Free agent Chris Cooley has turned down several offers to serve as a backup on a minimum salary.
Free agent TE Chris Cooley's return "does not appear imminent" after a Thursday meeting with Redskins GM Bruce Allen.