Cook was said to be a priority free agent for the Packers to keep, but it sounds like they could be on the verge of losing him. Cook has two serious suitors in the Lions and Bills and this could be a sign that he’s closer to signing with one of those teams.
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been vocal about his desire to see Cook back in Green Bay this offseason. If he gets away, Rodgers will lose a big target and the Packers will have an unhappy star on their hands.
Cook was held back somewhat by an ankle injury, but he really showed what he could do during the Packers’ playoff run. In the postseason, he had 13 receptions for 181 yards and two scores in two games. He finished the regular season with 30 catches (on 51 targets), 377 yards, and a touchdown,
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