Jared Cook, TE
Jared Cook only spent one season in Green Bay, but he quickly built a connection with Aaron Rodgers. In the 10 regular season games Cook played for the Packers, he caught 30 passes for 377 yards and a touchdown.
Cook saved his best for the playoffs, making that catch to help the Packers defeat the Dallas Cowboys and advance to the NFC Championship Game.
He was excellent throughout that game, not just including the memorable fourth-quarter catch. Cook caught six passes for 103 yards and a touchdown against the Cowboys, then had seven receptions for 78 yards and a score in the NFC Championship Game.
Unfortunately, Cook wasn’t re-signed the following offseason. He had done enough to deserve to be back and the Packers struggled to replace him.
Cook is a two-time Pro Bowler and played for six teams throughout his 13-year career. However, he remains a free agent.
After turning 35 years old this offseason, has Cook got another season in him, or is this the end of an impressive NFL career?
Cook may have only played one season in Green Bay, but he will forever be a fan favorite for the catch he made in the divisional round victory over the Cowboys in 2016.
Will he find a new team this summer, or has he played his final snap in the NFL?