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RussBII
03-24-2009, 11:46 AM
Evidently Cooley said something like "Man I'd be pi$$ed if my a$$ got shipped to Cleveland" after a trade rumor involving him and the stains.

His blog got flooded by Browns fans.

His response is hysterical:

http://chriscooley47.blogspot.com/2009/ ... ennis.html (http://chriscooley47.blogspot.com/2009/03/dear-dennis.html)

Hey Cooley,

Your a f***ing douchebag. How you gonna talk **** about Cleveland like that? I hope we do trade for your ass just so I can boo you during home games. Grow up and be a professional. You never know we're your gonna end up this is the NFL so talking **** about a city you might end up in is kind of idiotic. I used to have a good impression of you and be a fan. Now I see what a faggot primodonna you are. Peace hom0.

Dennis - FROM CLEVELAND
Dennis,

I'm glad that I have a chance to respond to you, as well as the many other outraged Cleveland fans that have commented on this site. I was nothing short of amazed when the comments to the trade rumor post soared passed the 200 mark, but embarrassed for multiple Browns fans with their outrageous remarks. Dennis, you and many others accused me of talking **** about the Browns. The comment that I made was "I would be pissed if I got my ass shipped to Cleveland." Now if I would have made one negative statement about the Browns organization, the players, the team, or even the city I would have agreed with you. I clearly did not.

Dennis, by your brilliant writing style and obvious intelligence I should be surprised that you took my comment out of context, but I guess you just never know. So for you I will clarify, really all I was saying was that I do not want to leave DC. Any team or city could have been interchanged and I would have made the same statement. "I would be pissed to go to San Diego, Baltimore, or even New England." Nothing wrong with any of their teams, fans, or cities, I'm just happy where I am. Your, wait, (you're) kinda idiotic.

Oh! I almost forgot. John Elway wanted me to ask you how it felt almost getting to the Super Bowl? That must have been awesome!

Regards,

Chris

To everyone else who commented on the fantastic comments. First class, all the way! I had no clear opinion what amazing fans you guys were, but now I have a definite jealousy of anyone wearing that beautiful orange helmet. Gooooo Browns!

stlrz d
03-24-2009, 12:21 PM
Pretty funny but it's too bad he used "passed" instead of "past". If your, wait, you're going to make errors like that it lessens the intended blow. :lol:

SteelBucks
03-24-2009, 12:26 PM
Oh! I almost forgot. John Elway wanted me to ask you how it felt almost getting to the Super Bowl? That must have been awesome!



:lol: :lol: :lol:

RuthlessBurgher
03-24-2009, 12:28 PM
John Elway wanted me to ask you how it felt almost getting to the Super Bowl? That must have been awesome!

:lol: :brownssuck :lol: :brownssuck :lol: :brownssuck

Despite wearing hot pants at training camp and posting pictures of his playbook (and, um, shall we say "LeBeau") online, Chris Cooley has jumped a few notches on the ol' Respect-O-Meter.

:lol: :brownssuck

phillyesq
03-24-2009, 01:08 PM
That. was. awesome.

:brownssuck

ramblinjim
03-24-2009, 02:40 PM
We got a lot of Cooley here in DC, he seems like a pretty good guy. This is funny stuff.

Jooser
03-25-2009, 07:39 AM
LMAO. Has Cooley ever played in the Super Bowl? Still, nice. The hate and envy is neck deep in Stainsville.

MeetJoeGreene
03-25-2009, 07:48 AM
We got a lot of Cooley here in DC, he seems like a pretty good guy. This is funny stuff.

Not to mention that his wife is very easy on the eyes and likes to be photographed.

proudpittsburgher
03-25-2009, 08:17 AM
True, I loved his reply as well. Anytime you can publically call out Browns fans, well. :brownssuck But it was very clear he was covering up, and his explanation was pretty paper thin. He singled out Cleveland, and I don;t buy his excuse that he m,eant he just didn't want to leave Washington. But, since :brownssuck , I don't care. It was friggen funny.

ramblinjim
03-25-2009, 09:03 AM
We got a lot of Cooley here in DC, he seems like a pretty good guy. This is funny stuff.

Not to mention that his wife is very easy on the eyes and likes to be photographed.


also not a bad thing.....................[attachment=0:2jkdxdp8]christy-cooley-2.jpg[/attachment:2jkdxdp8]

stlrz d
03-25-2009, 09:28 AM
We got a lot of Cooley here in DC, he seems like a pretty good guy. This is funny stuff.

Not to mention that his wife is very easy on the eyes and likes to be photographed.


also not a bad thing.....................[attachment=0:20vj8c8y]christy-cooley-2.jpg[/attachment:20vj8c8y]

No wonder his "junk" ended up online...he was looking at pics of his wife on the net when he took the picture!

RuthlessBurgher
03-25-2009, 09:41 AM
We got a lot of Cooley here in DC, he seems like a pretty good guy. This is funny stuff.

Not to mention that his wife is very easy on the eyes and likes to be photographed.


also not a bad thing.....................[attachment=0:87gdu4o0]christy-cooley-2.jpg[/attachment:87gdu4o0]

Why is she sitting on a Shawn Springs 24 instead of a Chris Cooley 47?

(and, yes, I realize that Springs is now in New England)

Mick'sTeam
03-25-2009, 09:55 PM
Oh! I almost forgot. John Elway wanted me to ask you how it felt almost getting to the Super Bowl? That must have been awesome!



:lol: :lol: :lol:

To be fair, what does Chris Cooley know about what it feels like to get to a Super Bowl? He hasn't gotten close either so while it was a funny comment, I'm not sure he is in the position to make such a comment.