ST. LOUIS Jared Cook didn't dance.
Does he think he was under-utilized as a Titan?
"Yeah," he answered immediately.
"That offense really didn't suit me," the fifth-year tight end said. "It really didn't fit me. And that's just how it is. Every team a player goes to, the fit is not perfect. Some guys have to move around to two or three teams until they find a perfect fit."
Cook, 26, hopes he will have to move only once. A versatile pass catcher who can shift between tight end and receiver, Cook believes he has landed on a team where he can truly shine. Through the second week of organized team activities, the Rams -- who signed Cook to a five-year contract worth 35.1 million -- seem to think so, too.
"What we're getting from Jared out there is what we expected," said Rams coach Jeff Fisher, who coached the Titans during Cook's first two seasons in Tennessee. "The ball's going around, we're matching him up, we're creating mismatches and he's making plays.''
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