It is understood the Dallas Cowboys are interested in the man that took the catch to send their 2016 season.
Veteran tight end Jared Cook is once again a free agent after completing his one-year deal with the Green Bay Packers and the Packers signing free agent Martellus Bennett to a three-year contract.
Cook signed a 1 year, $2,750,000 contract with the Green Bay Packers, including a $825,000 signing bonus, $825,000 guaranteed. He could demand around $3-4 million per season after his season with the Packers.
The Cowboys want to build around their Rookie quarterback and with future pro-bowler Tight-End Jason Witten believed to be in his final year, Cowboys believed the 29-year old out of South Carolina could be the answer going forward.
Cook caught just 30 passes for 377 yards and 1 touchdown while with Green Bay. He made 10 appearance in 2016, but missed six due to injury.
In post-season play, Cook turned in a brilliant performance against the Cowboys in the NFC Divisional Round.