Jared Cook

#87 TE / New Orleans Saints / EXP: 12YRS Height: 6-5 Weight: 254 lb Age: 33 College: South Carolina Bye 6

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    Saints' Jared Cook: Hauls in touchdown

    Jared Cook caught two of five targets for 13 yards and a touchdown in Monday night's 34-24 loss to the Raiders.Cook extended New Orleans' first-half lead with a six-yard touchdown on third down during the second quarter. While the tight end used his body well to make that grab, Cook didn't haul in another pass until the New Orleans Saints' final drive of the game. At that point, the team's struggles without Michael Thomas in the passing game were pronounced, with Tre'Quan Smith the only one to really capitalize on his absence outside of the always-involved Alvin Kamara. On the bright side, Cook has now reached 80 yards or scored a touchdown in both games thus far, offering encouragement ahead of Week 3's matchup against the Packers.

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    Saints' Jared Cook: Strong performance in Week 1

    Jared Cook caught five of seven targets for a team-high 80 yards in Sunday's 34-23 win over the Buccaneers.The tight end's longest gain of the day came on a rare downfield throw by Drew Brees, as the quarterback found Cook down the left sideline for a 46-yard pass early in the fourth quarter that set up the New Orleans Saints' final TD. Cook is coming off a season in which he scored nine touchdowns and averaged 10.8 yards per target, both career highs, and he remains a key part of the New Orleans passing game heading into a Week 2 road tilt against the Raiders.

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    Saints' Jared Cook: Hopes to build on 2019 success

    Jared Cook said that he hopes to improve upon last season's success and make corrections, John DeShazier of NewOrleansSaints.com reports. "There are still some plays on the film that haunt me and of course, we're still going back over those plays, and running through them, but they're still plays that haunt me that I still wish I could have back," Cook said, "So it's still, you know, learning from those, talking through them, getting the report, getting on the same page."Cook had a productive first season in the Big Easy, earning a Pro Bowl nod thanks to a 43/705/9 receiving line. He was particularly effective down the stretch, racking up 537 yards and seven scores from Weeks 10-17. The veteran tight end is optimistic he can be even better in 2020, adding "And, you know, hopefully this season will be a lot different, being that me and Drew do have a full season together and more time. So it's just working through those things and (working to) continue to get better." The New Orleans Saints added Emmanuel Sanders in the offseason and drafted Adam Trautman in the third round of this year's draft, but Cook should still be a regular contributor on offense.

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    Saints' Jared Cook: Catches five passes in loss

    Jared Cook brought in all five of his targets for 54 yards in the New Orleans Saints' 26-20 overtime wild-card loss to the Vikings on Sunday.As expected, Cook was one of Drew Brees' primary targets in Sunday's loss, though he failed to find the end zone or break off any long gainers. The South Carolina product will head into his 12th year looking to build on a highly productive first season with New Orleans that saw him grab a career-high nine touchdowns.

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    Saints' Jared Cook: Scores in victory

    Jared Cook brought in both of his targets for 44 yards and a touchdown in the New Orleans Saints' 42-10 win over the Panthers on Sunday.Cook added yet another touchdown to his 2019 campaign, bringing his season total to a career-high nine. In his first year with New Orleans, the 11-year vet racked up 705 yards on 43 receptions, good for 16.4 yards per catch -- a career high. The big-bodied pass-catcher figures to be heavily involved in the Saints' offensive gameplan for the postseason.

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    Saints' Jared Cook: Hangs pair of scores on former team

    Jared Cook corralled three of four targets for 84 yards and two touchdowns in the New Orleans Saints' 38-28 win over the Titans on Sunday.Cook crushed his former team with a pair of scores and a healthy receiving total Sunday, adding to his late-season charge and setting a new career high in touchdowns. In nine games played since Week 5, Cook has racked up 33 receptions for 571 yards and eight touchdowns, establishing himself as a weekly top-12 play at his position. Cook will have one more shot to add to his touchdown total when the Saints travel to Carolina in Week 17.

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    Saints' Jared Cook: Catches four passes in win

    Jared Cook brought in all four of his targets for 54 yards in the New Orleans Saints' 34-7 win over the Colts on Monday.Though he didn't reach the end zone, Cook produced a solid receiving line in Monday's demolition of the Colts. Cook has seen his receptions and receiving yards diminish significantly from his big 2018 campaign in Oakland, though he's already matched his season high in touchdowns (six) with two games left on the schedule -- including a Week 16 meeting with another of his former teams, the Titans.

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    Saints' Jared Cook: Does not carry injury status

    Jared Cook (concussion) does not carry an injury designation into Monday's contest against the Colts, Andrew Walker of the Colts' official site reports.This echoes the information head coach Sean Payton provided earlier in the afternoon, all but confirming Cook's availability for the prime-time affair. Following the team's Week 9 bye, Cook has been one of the New Orleans Saints' leading weapons, tallying 19 receptions, 355 yards and four touchdowns over the five-game stretch.

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    Saints' Jared Cook: Expected to play

    Jared Cook (concussion) is expected to play Monday against the Colts, Luke Johnson of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.While the New Orleans Saints have yet to release their final injury report, it seems likely Cook will either earn a questionable tag or be cleared outright, as head coach Sean Payton seemed nearly certain his tight end would be available. Considering Cook was able to fully practice Friday, barring an extreme setback it seems likely the 32-year-old will be available Monday.

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    Saints' Jared Cook: Upgrades to full practice

    Jared Cook (concussion) was a full participant in practice Friday, Amie Just of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.Cook took a step forward from Thursday's limited practice, upgrading to full participation just five days after he suffered a concussion in Sunday's 48-46 loss to the 49ers. The tight end will have an extra day to exit the concussion protocol before his Week 15 matchup, with the New Orleans Saints hosting the Colts on Monday. Luke Johnson of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports that Cook wasn't wearing a non-contact jersey during Friday's practice, a development that bodes well for his chances of receiving clearance from an independent neurologist.