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Report: Cook will not return to Green Bay

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
On March 10, 2017 at 6:15 pm EST

Free agent tight end Jared Cook does not expect to return to the Green Bay Packers. He had signed a one-year deal with the franchise last off-season.

After failing to reach an extension with the Packers, Cook is looking at alternative options. According to NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo, Cook’s chances of going back to the Packers are “nill.”

Jared Cook tries to make a catch (Getty Images)

Jared Cook tries to make a catch (Getty Images)

He has been linked to the Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions and the Buffalo Bills. While he is linked to those franchises, he has not taken a visit at this time.

When he did play last season, he was a favorite target for Aaron Rodgers. He had 30 receptions for 377 yards – including one 100-plus receiving yardage game – and a touchdown.

Wherever he goes, it’ll be his fourth team in his career. He began his journey with the Tennessee Titans, where he played the first four-years.

He played the next three-years with the St. Louis Rams. Then, he moved onto play with the Packers last season.

His best season was in 2011 when he had 759 receiving yards on 49 receptions. He averaged 15.5 yards per catch and 47.4 yards per game.

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