Chris Cooley Injury Update: Redskins Tight End Injures Hand

Washington Redskins tight end Chris Cooley has injured his hand against the Philadelphia Eagles. It is unclear how serious the injury is.

Redskins TE Chris Cooley injured hand. Trent Williams injured ankle. Their returns are questionable.
Oct 16 via yoonoFavoriteRetweetReply

 

Cooley has struggled so far this year after enjoying a career year in 2010. He has just six catches and 66 yards in four games this season. Video of the play in which Cooley was injured is embedded below -- it didn't look serious, so it's possible he may be able to return. Cooley has been dinged up quite often this year -- earlier this week, he had his surgically-repaired knee drained, although he downplayed the procedure to reporters.

Update: Cooley suffered a broken left index finger, according to Grant Paulsen on Twitter.

 

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