PHOTO: Chris Cooley And New Redskins Teammate Ryan Kerrigan At 2011 NFL Draft

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Here's Chris Cooley with new Redskins teammate Ryan Kerrigan at the 2011 NFL Draft. Besides the annoying glare in the background, this is amusing. Also amusing: Kerrigan making Cooley disappointed because he cut his hair. Via Matt Terl of Redskins Blog.

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It was suggested that Cooley might have given Kerrigan a little bit of a hard time as some early rookie hazing, but he brushed off that suggestion as well. "Not really," he said. "He was kinda disappointed I cut my hair, but that's about it."

So, of course, someone had to ask why he HAD cut his hair. And that answer was pretty matter-of-fact as well. "Y'know, It was just time," Kerrigan said, chuckling. "There comes a time where you've just gotta part with some things and the hair was that for me. It was too long and it's nice not to have something hanging in your face all day long. I mean, I loved the long hair, but I'm glad it's gone."

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Cooley, meanwhile, was disappointed he couldn't announce a pick like Peyton Hillis did for the Browns. Maybe Friday, Chris.

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(Photo via @NFLprGuy)

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