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Old 05-21-2012, 03:21 PM   #1
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Old 05-21-2012, 03:27 PM   #2
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If he's healthy he's going to be here, probably just have to take a cut.
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Old 05-21-2012, 04:22 PM   #3
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It's crazy how so many people forget how good he was when on the field.

If he's healthy, not only will he be here but he'll be an important part of the offense.


We have two great TEs...why break that up?
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The team won't break that up, and they have Paulson, and now Niles Paul in case someone goes down. Cooley and Davis were more pass catching TE's and Paulson and Paul are probably going to be more blocking TE's.
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It's crazy how so many people forget how good he was when on the field.

If he's healthy, not only will he be here but he'll be an important part of the offense.


We have two great TEs...why break that up?
Especially with FD being one strike away...

If CC is healthy, he'll be here.
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the play he makes at 3:44 is one of my favorites
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Old 05-21-2012, 05:16 PM   #7
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Old 05-21-2012, 05:48 PM   #8
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the play he makes at 3:44 is one of my favorites
3:44, mine too, and i remember it like it was yesterday. That catch told the C-turds they had one long awaited azz kickin coming. 1st sweep of the C-girls in forever and actually got to stick my chest out a little around the Evil Empire.
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3:44, mine too, and i remember it like it was yesterday.
same here, it was the game where the cowboys were supposed to show us that our victory on mnf in dallas was a lucky fluke
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Cooley will be a Redskin this fall 2012 ...
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TE is about the only position (beside QB) where I think that there is no competition. An undrafted camp body would have to look like Todd Christenson and probably still not make the team. I guess the only question is who the official starter would be. Cooley, Paul, Paulson and Davis will all get plenty of action and I think Paul might lead the team in ST tackles.
If anything, I'd like to see Davis traded if a spot is needed. He'd bring more interest from other teams and I'd be surprised if he doesn't get another strike for weed within 2 years.
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The team won't break that up, and they have Paulson, and now Niles Paul in case someone goes down. Cooley and Davis were more pass catching TE's and Paulson and Paul are probably going to be more blocking TE's.
paul is smaller than cooley. i high doubt he'll be an effective blocker. he's more of a pass-catching TE too. Paulsons a lock as he's our only blocking TE. i think Paul only makes the roster if we roll with 4 TEs or cut Cooley
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TE is about the only position (beside QB) where I think that there is no competition. An undrafted camp body would have to look like Todd Christenson and probably still not make the team. I guess the only question is who the official starter would be. Cooley, Paul, Paulson and Davis will all get plenty of action and I think Paul might lead the team in ST tackles.
If anything, I'd like to see Davis traded if a spot is needed. He'd bring more interest from other teams and I'd be surprised if he doesn't get another strike for weed within 2 years.
Davis is exactly the kind of player you don't want to trade. He's young, homegrown, and about to breakout in a big way with RGIII now at QB.

I share your concern about his being one strike away from being suspended for a full year. But what is Shanahan to do about him? The Skins must have talent to win and players like him don't grow on trees. As nervous as I am about a possible relapse by Davis, I think that keeping him is a risk that's worth taking.

Also, if Cooley can stay healthy (obviously, I don't believe that Chris is done in D.C.), we have some insurance for a year or two if Davis should be suspended again.
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paul is smaller than cooley. i high doubt he'll be an effective blocker. he's more of a pass-catching TE too. Paulsons a lock as he's our only blocking TE. i think Paul only makes the roster if we roll with 4 TEs or cut Cooley
He already is an effective blocker as a WR, that's how he earned playing time. Now, it will be different for him when he's up against 250 lb. LBs & 280 lb. DEs, but I would guess that the move to TE is due to his blocking abiliity. His potential to be a good recieving TE seems more a long-term luxury to me.
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Old 05-22-2012, 01:37 PM   #15
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Releasing him is the right move. Good teams know when to move on...
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