Tom Coughlin and Jerry Reese are constantly repeating the mantra that they are constantly looking at all options to improve their team. They are proving that again this week when they will bring former Washington Redskins‘ tight end Chris Cooley in for a workout on Tuesday.
Last week the Giants cut tough veteran Preston Parker after his repeated drops killed several offensive drives. This past week, Larry Donnell, who has already proven to be — frankly — a liability as a blocker, had an agonizing drop of a pass that Eli Manning delivered to him in stride.
During the preseason, Cooley said that he was desperate to get back into the NFL. He also said that gladly play for the veteran minimum, and waive any injury guarantee, and even play for a team other than Washington.
“If I went to camp, I could be anybody’s third tight end, worst case,” Cooley said. “I have no doubt. Any team in the NFL, I could be their third tight end. There’s not a question in my mind.”
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