Chris Cooley Has a Career in Film After the NFL

It's almost August, so it's obviously well within reason to start thinking fantasy football. (Or, if you're like our fantasy staff, you've already had a draft board done since about May, which isn't the least bit crazy.) The return of fantasy football season means the return of those NFL "Fantasy Files" ads. You can watch some of the old ones here. The first guy you'll see in those old clips is Chris Cooley, who has two new spots on his blog that he's been kind enough to create for a few guys from the NFC East rival Dallas Cowboys. ↵
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↵That one was posted up on Monday and is probably my favorite of the two -- the second one is embedded after the jump -- but can someone explain something to me? Why is Jason Witten/Cooley wearing those pants? And why is Colt Brennan/Romo wearing some Zorro mask? High marks for original video go out to Cooley on this one. After his first video, it was written there would be a second one, but no mention of a third yet, so we'll have to keep our eyes peeled. ↵

↵Fantasy Files -- Jason Witten and Tony Romo, Part 2 ↵

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↵Here's hoping Brennan didn't catch a dart to the throat.
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This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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