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Dec 24, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 17, 2023 1 4 4.0 4 0
Dec 10, 2023 7 13 1.9 5 0 1
Dec 3, 2023 9 35 3.9 14 0 2
Nov 24, 2023 1 2 2.0 2 0 1
Player Outlook
After posting a five-year low with 17.8 touches per game in 2022, Cook was jettisoned by the Vikings in early June then signed by the Jets in mid-August. He'll be 28 years old when the season starts and is coming off a season with career lows in yards per carry (4.4) and explosive run rate (7.2% of his runs went for 12-plus yards). Once a first-round staple, there is now a very real chance Cook takes another step back after averaging 14.0 PPR points per game last year. In New York, he's likely to lead the backfield in touches while Breece Hall continues to recover from his torn ACL, assuming Cook himself is cleared after undergoing shoulder surgery during the offseason. Once Hall returns, Cook figures to slip into the 1B role in the backfield. Draft him in Round 7 at the earliest.

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2023 214 3.19 2 15 78 181.2
2022 1173 4.44 8 4 39 295 2 18410.8
2021 1159 4.65 6 2 34 224 16212.5
3y Avg. 1296 4.71 10 3 39 293 1 20413.6
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  • Ravens' Dalvin Cook: Struggles in 2023

    Cook finished the year with 75 carries for 237 yards and no touchdowns while adding 15 catches for 78 yards on 20 targets, including the postseason. The veteran began the year with the Jets before mutually parting ways with Gang Green in time to sign with a playoff contender. Cook latched on with the Ravens and was saw some action in the divisional-round win over the Texans with eight carries for 23 yards. Unfortunately, this was the worst season of the 28-year-old's career by any metric. Cook was on a one-year deal and it does not appear likely that Baltimore will re-sign him, so the veteran projects to hit the open market as an aging running back coming off a tough year. The days of Cook garnering a long-term deal are likely behind him.
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  • Ravens' Dalvin Cook: Signed to 53-man roster

    The Ravens officially signed Cook to their 53-man roster Thursday. Cook is thus slated to make his debut with the Ravens in Saturday's divisional-round game against the Texans. It remains to be seen what sort of role he'll see initially with Gus Edwards and Justice Hill also in the team's backfield mix, but according to Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com, coach John Harbaugh noted last week that he viewed Cook as a "potentially very valuable weapon" heading into Baltimore's postseason run.
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  • Ravens' Dalvin Cook: To suit up vs. Texans

    The Ravens are in line to promote Cook from the practice squad Thursday, positioning him to suit up for Saturday's divisional playoff matchup against Houston, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Baltimore should officially announce Cook's addition to the 53-man roster shortly. The transaction comes following the team's decision to waive Melvin Gordon on Wednesday, meaning Cook is primed to suit up alongside Gus Edwards and Justice Hill in the Ravens backfield during Saturday's divisional round matchup. Cook struggled across 15 regular-season appearances with the Jets, averaging just 3.2 yards per carry without a single touchdown, but it's possible a chance of scenery could revitalize him for the postseason.
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  • Dalvin Cook: Could get opportunity in playoffs

    Cook -- who is currently on Baltimore's practice squad -- is likely to get an opportunity in the playoffs, as the Ravens are dissatisfied in the current state of their running back room, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Gus Edwards, Justice Hill and Melvin Gordon have posted underwhelming numbers recently, averaging a combined 4.0 yards per carry in recent games. Edwards has also fumbled in each of the last two games, and Gordon added to his extensive history of fumbling in Baltimore's regular-season finale. The situation is ripe for Cook to take on a larger role in the postseason, but whether he can take advantage of that opportunity is a different matter, as Cook averaged a paltry 3.2 yards per carry without a touchdown in 15 appearances for the Jets prior to being waived and eventually winding up on Baltimore's practice squad.
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  • Dalvin Cook: Officially on Ravens practice squad

    Cook signed with Baltimore's practice squad Friday. Cook's signing was made official one day after his agency announced that he was headed to Baltimore's practice squad. The veteran running back played 15 games with the Jets prior to being waived and going unclaimed. He wasn't very effective in New York, averaging just 3.2 yards per carry and failing to score a touchdown, but if the change of scenery revitalizes the four-time 1,000-yard rusher, Cook could contribute in the postseason by joining a backfield that's currently comprised of Gus Edwards, Justice Hill and Melvin Gordon.
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  • Dalvin Cook: Set to join Baltimore

    Cook's agency announced Thursday that the running back will sign with the Ravens ahead of the postseason, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. According to
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  • Dalvin Cook: Parting ways with New York

    The Jets and Cook mutually agreed to part ways Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Since the NFL trade deadline has already passed, Cook is subject to waivers. Assuming he does clear, the veteran running back will try to land with a contender to close out the season after his 17 weeks in New York produced below-average results. He opened the year in a 1B role alongside Breece Hall, but Cook quickly faded from the mix and has seen double-digit touches only once since Week 3. Cook was active last Thursday night against the Browns but played zero snaps. He finishes his Jets tenure with 67 carries for 214 yards (3.2 YPC) and zero touchdowns, adding 15 catches for 78 yards on 20 targets. Perhaps a change of scenery, and a team with better blocking, will rejuvenate him.
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  • Jets' Dalvin Cook: No touches in Thursday's loss

    Cook didn't have a carry or target in Thursday's 37-20 loss to the Browns. Cook went without a touch for a second consecutive game, as Israel Abanikanda (six touches) worked as the backup to Breece Hall (22 touches). Cook will likely be a minor part of the game plan at best when the Jets wrap up their season Week 18 at New England.
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  • Jets' Dalvin Cook: Just two touches in Week 15

    Cook rushed once for four yards and caught his lone target for six yards in Sunday's 30-0 loss to the Dolphins. Cook handled just two touches compared to six for rookie Israel Abanikanda. The Jets have been eliminated from playoff contention after dropping to 5-9, so Cook may continue to be phased out down the stretch to allow more opportunities for Abanikanda behind lead back Breece Hall.
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  • Jets' Dalvin Cook: Eight yards on eight touches

    Cook rushed seven times for 13 yards and caught his lone target for minus-5 yards in Sunday's 30-6 win over the Texans. The Jets' offense came alive with 30 second-half points after the game was scoreless at halftime, but Cook unsurprisingly didn't play a major part in that success. Breece Hall nursed an ankle injury in practice during the week but ended up handling his usual workload, turning 18 touches into 126 scrimmage yards and a touchdown. Cook will likely continue to work in a change-of-pace role behind Hall in Week 15 against the Dolphins.
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  • Jets' Dalvin Cook: Loses key fumble

    Cook (shoulder) rushed nine times for 35 yards, caught one of two targets for 11 yards and lost a fumble in Sunday's 13-8 loss to the Falcons. Cook posted his highest rushing yardage total of the season, but his second-quarter fumble in Jets territory set up the only touchdown of the game on Atlanta's ensuing drive. New York's offense has struggled all season, and Cook's poor play after signing with the Jets as a free agent has contributed to the team's shortcomings.
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  • Jets' Dalvin Cook: Expected to be available Sunday

    Cook (shoulder) is expected to suit up for Sunday's game against the Falcons, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Cook and top back Breece Hall (hamstring) are both listed as questionable for the Week 13 matchup, but the Jets expect to have both players available. In the five games since New York's bye week, Cook has surpassed two carries on only one occasion, though he did match his season-best mark with three targets in the Jets' Week 12 loss to the Dolphins. Cook's availability for Sunday's game will be confirmed when the Jets release their inactive list 90 minutes prior to the 1 p.m. ET kickoff.
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  • Jets' Dalvin Cook: Totals 21 scrimmage yards Friday

    Cook rushed once for two yards and caught two of three targets for 19 yards in Friday's 34-13 loss to the Dolphins. Cook got three touches compared to 14 for Breece Hall, while rookie Israel Abanikanda finished without a touch. The status quo in the Jets' backfield is unchanged heading into a Week 13 matchup with the Falcons, with Cook locked in as the team's No. 2 running back but seeing minimal usage behind Hall.
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  • Jets' Dalvin Cook: Looks spry in limited action

    Cook rushed four times for 26 yards and failed to catch his only target in Sunday's 16-12 loss to the Raiders. Cook tied his season long with a 10-yard run in the second quarter. He also had his most efficient outing on the ground as a member of the Jets, as Cook's previous single-game best was 4.0 YPC. Breece Hall was held to just 28 rushing yards on 13 carries, but Cook's limited usage despite Hall's struggles just highlights how large the gap in role between the two running backs has grown.
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  • Jets' Dalvin Cook: Remains non-factor in Week 9

    Cook rushed twice for seven yards and caught one of two targets for one yard in Monday's 27-6 loss to the Chargers. Cook has nine touches over the Jets' last three games, while Breece Hall has averaged 18.3 touches per game over that span. After mustering 59 yards from scrimmage in his Jets debut, Cook hasn't reached 30 yards in a game since, and that's unlikely to change barring an injury to Hall.
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  • Jets' Dalvin Cook: Just two Week 8 touches

    Cook rushed twice for five yards and wasn't targeted in Sunday's 13-10 overtime win over the Giants. After expressing frustration with his role during the week, Cook was once again used sparingly. Breece Hall was hardly better on the ground with 17 yards on 12 carries, but Hall had 76 yards and the Jets' lone touchdown as a pass catcher. Cook is averaging just 2.8 YPC, and only one of his nine catches this season has gone for a first down, so Cook hasn't done much to earn more touches at Hall's expense.
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  • Jets' Dalvin Cook: Frustrated with role

    Cook said Thursday he will speak with Jets general manager Joe Douglas about a possible trade due to frustrations with his role on offense, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Cook, who has carried the ball just 39 times for 109 yards (2.8 YPC) across six appearances while hauling all nine of his targets for 46 yards, is now operating as the clear backup to Breece Hall after opening the season in a timeshare. The veteran back has just 10 touches over the last two games while Hall has 42, so frustrations with his reduced role are understandable, but Cook has shown little from a production standpoint to convince the coaching staff that he's deserving of more touches. It's possible that Cook earns a few more reps during Sunday's game against the Giants after making his grievances with his role public, but even if he were to officially request a trade, there's no guarantee teams around the league would be willing to part with much draft capital to bring him aboard.
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  • Jets' Dalvin Cook: Relegated to backup role

    Cook rushed three times for 12 yards and caught his only target for two yards in Sunday's 20-14 win over the Eagles. Cook opened the season in a timeshare with Breece Hall, but Hall has 42 touches in the last two games compared to Cook's 10. The Jets have little reason to increase Cook's usage after the team's Week 7 bye, as the veteran running back is averaging a paltry 2.8 YPC, while Hall's at a robust 6.5 YPC.
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  • Jets' Dalvin Cook: Six carries in Week 5

    Cook rushed six times for 23 yards and wasn't targeted in Sunday's 31-21 win over the Broncos. While Cook delivered another pedestrian performance, Breece Hall worked as the focal point of New York's offense with 177 rushing yards and a touchdown on 22 carries. With Hall handling a full workload after being eased in over the first few weeks, Cook has been relegated to sharing backup duties with Michael Carter, who had 22 total yards on one carry and three catches Sunday. Heading into a Week 6 home game against the Eagles, Cook's averaging just 19.4 rushing yards per game with the Jets.
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  • Jets' Dalvin Cook: Impressing with speed in practice

    Jets head coach Robert Saleh said Wednesday that Cook has been showing improved speed in practice, Zack Rosenblatt of The Athletic reports. Cook has been dreadful through four games, rushing for just 74 yards on 30 carries while adding 44 yards on eight catches. According to Saleh, Cook is still getting his legs underneath him after signing with the Jets in mid-August, but the numbers on the running back's GPS tracker in practice are improving. Saleh also said that fellow running back Breece Hall will no longer be on a pitch count after being eased in early in the season, per Rich Cimini of ESPN.com. With that in mind, unless Cook picks up the pace in games, he's likely to cede the more work to Hall in the near future.
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