Found July 11, 2012 on The Football Fan Spot:
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According to Titan Insider, the team has not opened extension talks with Jared Cook, as the tight end heads into his contract year. A 2nd round pick in 2009, Cook has always had endless potential, running a 4.49 40 at 6-5 246, the fastest 40 time of any tight end since Vernon Davis. However, he has struggled to put it all together. Last year was definitely his best year by far as he caught 49 passes for 759 yards and 3 touchdowns. The 21 catches for 335 yards and a score he had in the final 3 games last year might be a sign of things to come. If they are, the Titans will have no problem franchising him at what should be still a relatively inexpensive franchise tag value for tight ends. That is, of course, provided they can extend Jason McCourty, who they have opened extension talks with, first.
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