...There were signs. They began in Green Bay in 2016. If you look at what he did over the final few games of the season for the Packers once he returned from his injury, he was playing at an elite level. He continued that play into the postseason, including the catch along the sideline against the Cowboys that earned the Packers a trip to the NFC Championship game and that playing winning an ESPY.
Cook may not have had the Pro Bowl numbers in 2017 that he did in 2018, but he still led the team in receiving, so he was clearly already Derek Carr’s favorite target. His jump in success in 2018 had a lot to do with Jon Gruden’s offense which features the tight end a lot.
Full Story - Saintswire - USA TodayMy guy (Davison) not returning hurts, he gave his all every time he hit the field. Free Agency sucks sometimes especially losing him to that red and black team. Salute to my guy the last (four years) putting in the work with us. Continue striving my guy.
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