Two AFC East Teams Are Reportedly ‘Doing Homework’ On Signing RB Dalvin Cook

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The Miami Dolphins and the New York Jets, along with several other NFL teams, have expressed interest in signing free-agent running back Dalvin Cook, according to ESPN’s Dianna Russini.

The news comes after Cook’s recent release by the Minnesota Vikings. Both the Dolphins and the Jets are diligently researching the possibility of adding Cook to their rosters.

Dianna reported that: “The Miami Dolphins and New York Jets are just two of many teams that are doing homework on (Dalvin Cook).”

The 27-year old Cook has proven himself to be one of the league’s premier running backs since his selection as a second-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. Over the course of the past four seasons, Cook has consistently showcased his exceptional skills, accumulating an impressive streak of four consecutive 1,000-yard rushing campaigns.

During that period of dominance, Cook has found the end zone an astounding 43 times on the ground, underscoring his exceptional ability to be a scoring threat. This level of production has garnered him numerous accolades, including four Pro Bowl selections.

While the Dolphins and Jets are mentioned in the report, they are just two of “many teams” who are interested in Dalvin Cook.