First and 10: Cooley’s concoction returns?

Is this exciting or what? Washington Redskins TE Chris Cooley will be a guest at the NFL Network studios Wednesday and Thursday. Two days of Cooley? It won’t be the first time, and anyone who tried Cooley’s signature ham, peanut butter and mustard sandwich – a.k.a., the Cooley Club – remembers his previous visit. Before Cooley appears on tonight’s “NFL Total Access,” check out the video above to get a “taste” of what to expect.

Here’s what else is on tap today:

  • Have you seen the new cover of EA Sports’ Madden ’12? Peyton Hillis looks downright dangerous. But will he fall victim to the dreaded Madden Curse? Our latest photo essay looks back at the history of the curse.
  • Stay tuned later today for the debut “Cover Two” podcast with Steve Wyche and Bucky Brooks. Their first guest is Raiders coach Hue Jackson. In the meantime, Wyche wrote this story today about how Jackson is talking about bringing back that old-school attitude to the Raiders.
  • Condolences to the family and friends of Hall of Fame defensive end Andy Robustelli, who passed away Tuesday. And for those who aren’t familiar with his career, here’s a look back.
  • After the Ohio State news broke Monday and we posted a story on the top talent that Jim Tressel’s program has sent to the NFL, we posted a poll on the home page of NFL.com asking which college program turns out the best pros. Clearly, based on the current results, Maurice Clarett has adversely affected OSU’s standing – currently fourth out of the five choices. Miami (Fla.) leads the polling.
  • In yesterday’s live chat on NFL.com, senior analyst Gil Brandt made a few bold predictions for the upcoming season. Among them: The 49ers will win the NFC West.
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