Jared Cook to visit Vikings if no deal in Seattle

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If the Seahawks can’t pick up their second Packer of the day, he might become a division rival.

According to Tom Pelissero of USA Today, free agent tight end Jared Cook is scheduled to visit the Vikings, if he doesn’t complete a deal with the Seahawks during his visit today.

Pairing Cook with Kyle Rudolph would be an interesting idea for a Vikings offense which is in desperate need of an identity.

Rudolph caught a career-high 83 passes for 840 yards and seven touchdowns last year, and doubling down with another receiving target at the position gives them options with their lack of a run game (though Latavius Murray is visiting).

29 responses to “Jared Cook to visit Vikings if no deal in Seattle

  1. I’m going to pull an Eminem on 8 mile.

    -Hapless
    -Tasteless
    -No championships
    -Castoffs
    -Speildope
    -loves former Packer players
    -Bust
    -SkolLOL
    -bridges collapsing
    -heat stroke
    -lutefisk
    -playoff losses
    -loserville

    Now Packer Fans don’t have any material.

  2. Please no, you have already spent to much money on Rudolph who isn’t a good blocker and has too many drops for a guy who can’t block. Draft is deep in TE, go get a legit playmaker, please.

  3. You can file this under, No Doy!
    The Seahawks and Barneys sure love those used Packers.

    In fact, I heard a fight between broke out between their scouts just outside the Lambeau Field dumpsters.

  4. What is Spielman doing here? It seems like he’s visiting with every ex-Packer available, and none of them are worth jack squat. I would have been interested in T.J. Lang but they weren’t linked to him.

  5. Rudolph/Cook > Bennett/Kendricks.

    you guys sign anyone to take over for TJ Lang? going with a second year player or a rookie, eh? good luck with that.

  6. Cooks agent got too greedy making it possible for Cook to become a Viking so it would be great to see them sign him at top dollar like his agent desires.look at all the Packers castoffs that resurrected their careers with the Vikings.this will make the Vikings almost unbeatable.

  7. Please permit me to put this in it’s proper perspective, the queens are more concerned in trying to win a few minor PR victories in the media against the Pack then putting a team together that can beat them. Waste Management needs to buy the naming rights from US bank.

  8. I’m guessing Cook’s agent floated that Cook would visit the Vikings if he doesn’t get a deal from Seattle. Seattle would be more likely to sign him right away if they think they could lose him to someone else. I wonder how much truth there is to any of these reports. It really makes no sense for the Vikings to be interested in him.

  9. 13worldchampioinships says:
    Mar 14, 2017 1:00 PM
    I’m going to pull an Eminem on 8 mile.

    -Hapless
    -Tasteless
    -No championships
    -Castoffs
    -Speildope
    -loves former Packer players
    -Bust
    -SkolLOL
    -bridges collapsing
    -heat stroke
    -lutefisk
    -playoff losses
    -loserville
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    You forgot:

    -Toxic leadership
    -Viquits

    It’s only two, but they’re two HUGE ones; other than that, you did a pretty fair job of describing them.

  10. “If the Seahawks can’t pick up their second Packer of the day, he might become a division rival.”

    Humm, how is that, again?

  11. clamdiggers says:
    Mar 14, 2017 1:55 PM

    Can he make a 15 yard fg

    ——————————————-
    So let me get this straight… People are lining up to kick a fg from 2 yards deep in the endzone? I would have taken the Touchdown that I just scored.

    Moron.

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