Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson says they always do their free agency home work. Unfortunately for Packers fans, it hasn’t always led to signing players from outside the organization too often.
But according to a USA Today report, the Packers have agreed to a free agent deal with tight end Jared Cook and signed the deal a short time ago. According to the report, the Packers originally offered Cook a two-year deal. The two sides agreed on a one year deal worth up to $3.65 million with incentives.
The 28-year-old Cook gives the Packers a deep threat that was missing from the passing game during the last season. He was clocked at 4.51 seconds coming out of college. [Read more…]