Jared Cook | TE | St. Louis Rams
Posted: 12/30/2013 11:07am et
St. Louis Rams TE Jared Cook hauled in a 2-yard touchdown in the Week 17 game against the Seattle Seahawks, his fifth of the season. His five touchdowns is a career best.
Huddle Up: Okay, so maybe five touchdowns isn't the breakout campaign many were predicting for Cook this year, especially when only three of them came over the final 16 weeks of the season. But it's a start, as we saw plenty of glimpses of the athleticism that makes Cook such an intriguing talent.
Posted: 9/9/2013 10:51am et
St. Louis Rams TE Jared Cook rolled up seven receptions for 141 yards and two scores in the Week 1 game against the Arizona Cardinals, marking the second-highest yardage total of his career. It was also the first multi-score of his career.
Huddle Up: Cook's day would have been even bigger had he not been stripped of a would-be touchdown on a nice hustle play by Tyrann Mathieu. Nonetheless, Cook finally appears to be delivering on the potential he flashed from time to time in Tennessee.
Posted: 7/1/2013 5:19pm et
St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher and other team members see TE Jared Cook as a completely different player than the one he coached with the Tennessee Titans. "Absolutely--night and day difference," said CB Cortland Finnegan. "I'm going to be the first to say that I was maybe like, 'Ahh ...' (when the Rams signed Cook), but when he got there, he's been tearing it up like I've never seen. He's comfortable, he's back where he wants to be and I'm excited to have him."
Huddle Up: Plenty of excitement surrounding Cook as he reunites with his former coach in St. Louis. We saw flashes in Tennessee, enough to make Cook a popular fantasy pick heading into this season, and just about everything coming out of Rams camp in regards to Cook has been positive; that's a welcome combination.
Posted: 6/30/2013 5:11pm et
St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher said the team will move TE Jared Cook around this season. 'He's going to play all over the place,' Fisher said. 'We've even got him in the backfield, so we've got some good things for him.' Fisher said Cook and QB Sam Bradford have spent a lot of time together this offseason in order to build chemistry.
Huddle Up: Cook hit career highs with 49 grabs for 759 yards in 2011 and should eclipse those marks this season given the young and unproven weapons elsewhere in the St. Louis passing game.
Posted: 6/10/2013 11:06am et
St. Louis Rams TE Jared Cook said the Tennessee Titans' offense didn't fit him, and he likes what he sees in St. Louis. "I think I'm on an elevator going up," Cook said.
Huddle Up: Cook is unquestionably athletic and flashed glimpses of productivity in Tennessee. The Rams' passing attack is expected to take some major steps forward this season, making Cook a popular fantasy sleeper tight end.