EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) The Giants reached back to their Super Bowl championship season of 2007 Thursday with the signing of defensive tackle Barry Cofield. Cofield, drafted in the fourth round (124th overall) out of Northwestern in 2006, played for Tom Coughlin until Cofield left for Washington as a free agent in 2011. In five years with the Giants, he missed only one game...
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The Washington Redskins currently hold the number five pick in the 2015 NFL Draft. After a two-year absence from the first round, the Redskins desperately need to hit big on this pick. The sad part about this team is that they have a lot of holes to fill and there is no way they can address all of them. New Washington Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan believes in bigger...
Redskins Release Barry Cofield, Stephen Bowen During the free-agency period in 2011 the Washington Redskins were focused on building the defensive line for their 3-4 front. The team signed defensive tackle Barry Cofield, a former NY Giant, and defensive end Stephen Bowen, a former Dallas Cowboy. Flash forward 4 seasons to today, and the Redskins released […]
In a move that should surprise absolutely no one, the Washington Redskins released two highly-paid defensive linemen today, nose tackle Barry Cofield and end Stephen Bowen. Both players were signed as free agents from division rivals — Cofield from the NY Giants and Bowen from the Dallas Cowboys. Cofield turns 31 next month and was coming off an injury-plagued season that saw him...
Barry Cofield has spent the last eight weeks on the Washington Redskins' short term injured reserve list. However, head coach Jay Gruden said, Monday, that the team would activate the ninth-year pro. #181765580 / gettyimages.com Cofield had been nursing numerous injuries when he was placed on the reserve list early in the season. The star defensive tackle was ailing from both...
Redskins Must Make Decision on Barry Cofield by Wednesday Barry Cofield has been out since the beginning of the year with what doctors determined as a high-ankle sprain. The Redskins put him on the physically-unable-to-perform list (PUP) with a designation to return. The PUP designation rules allow teams the option to bring a player back [...]
The Washington Redskins announced on Tuesday that they have placed starting nose tackle Barry Cofield on IR with a designation to return.#459524021 / gettyimages.comAccording to Tarik El-Bashir from CSNWashington.com:Cofield, who suffered a high ankle sprain in Sunday’s loss to the Texans, will be eligible to rejoin practice in six weeks and return to the lineup against Tampa Bay...
The a Washington Redskins have placed DT Barry Cofield on the short term injured reserve list. Cofield suffered a high ankle sprain during the season opening loss to Houston. Cofield will not be permitted to return for at least six weeks. His next game eligibility will come on November 16 against the Tampa Bay Bucs. Chris Baker is expected to take the middle line role. The Redskins...
Redskins Will use Short-Term Injured Reserve Designation on Barry Cofield The Washington Redskins will place nose tackle Barry Cofield on the short-term injured reserve list according to sources. #Redskins are planning on using short term I-R designation for Barry Cofield as Jay Gruden mentioned was a possibility. Not official yet. — Chris Russell (@Russellmania980) September [...]
Redskins Press Conferences: Barry Cofield 7-26-2014 Washington Redskins defensive tackle Barry Cofield spoke to members of the media Saturday.
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