After pantsgate, I am very hesitant of using Chris Cooley and fantasy in the same sentence, for fear of innuendo, but I couldn't help noticing that one of SB Nation's resident Fantasy Sports gurus, Skeller at Fake Teams, thought Chris Cooley was a solid fantasy football TE:
Cooley has been consistent his entire career despite playing with consistently changing quarterbacks. With the (apparent) establishment of Jason Campbell as the starting quarterback, Campbell and Cooley should start to establish a rhythm. There was already noticeable improvement at the end of last season; Cooley captured 56% of his season yardage in the seven games where Campbell was the starter.
Presuming comparable receptions in 2007 as he had in 2005, which is hardly unthinkable given the rapport him and Campbell developed towards the end of last year and into the offseason, and assuming similar YPC (which is conservative, given how he has improved for the past two years), Cooley projects to over 900 yard receiving. The only thing he needs more of to become a top tier TE are touchdowns, and he's been extremely consistent in that department for the past three years; 6, 7, and 6 touchdowns respectively. In an improved scoring offense, I think he's good for at least 7 next season -- again that is a conservative estimate, in my opinion.