Dallas Cowboys Interested In Jared Cook

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.


Cook caught six balls for 103 yards and a touchdown, but most importantly made this remarkable catch along the sidelines that put Mason Crosby in position to kick the game-winning field goal.
Now Cowboys are believed to want Cook to help Witten out going forward and give young quarterback Dak Prescott the target he needs to take his team to a championship.