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The trade deadline has been pushed back until Thursday, but you can now add a new name to list of potential players being dealt.
CBS Sports is reporting that Tennessee Titans tight end Jared Cook has made his feelings known to the organization that he wants to be dealt.
Cook and his agent declined to comment on the report.
Cook is a third round pick, drafted out of South Carolina in 2009.
He has never caught more than 29 passes in a season, yet would like to secure a long-term deal.
Cook was asked if he had any open dialogue with the team or his coaches about his feelings.
“I think they’ve talked about it. There haven’t been any moves made. You can see it on film, but that’s as far — I put my work on film. You can see my production on film. I guess I don’t know how to answer that question, really, without kind of throwing somebody under the bus. So I’m just going to leave it at that.”
Cook is an extremely talented yet unused tight end.
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RB/FB: Chris Johnson 51, Quinn Johnson 25, Jamie Harper 4, Darius Reynaud 2
TE: Craig Stevens 42, Jared Cook 25, Taylor Thompson 16
Indications are a trade has been requested for Titans TE Jared Cook, Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean reports. Cook is in the last year of his contract. Source: The Redzone Attached Thumbnails
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