PLAYER ROSTER

Jared Cook
TE #89
Height:
6-5
Weight:
254
Age:
28
College:
South Carolina
Hometown:
Birmingham, AL
Experience:
7

Quick Stats (2015 PRE):

REC
1
YDS
3
AVG
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TDS
0
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 234 3,022 12.9 80 16 1 0 -- 0 0 4 4
2014 STL 16 6 52 634 12.2 59T 3 1 0 -- 0 0 -- --
2013 STL 16 13 51 671 13.2 47 5 -- -- -- -- -- 1 1
2012 TEN 13 5 44 523 11.9 61T 4 -- -- -- -- -- 1 1
2011 TEN 16 5 49 759 15.5 80T 3 -- -- -- -- -- 2 2
2010 TEN 16 1 29 361 12.4 36 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2009 TEN 14 0 9 74 8.2 17 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Biography

TRANSACTIONS: Signed with the St. Louis Rams as a free agent (3/13/12)...selected by the Titans in the third round (89th overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft.

PRO: Seven-year NFL veteran, completed his second as a Ram...in his first season as a Ram in 2013, he set a new record for most receiving yards in a season by a Rams tight end (671)...in his Rams’ debut, he caught seven passes for 141 yards , the most yards by a tight end in a single game in franchise history...after a rookie season in which he played sparingly, putting up nine receptions for 74 yards, he enjoyed a strong sophomore campaign with 29 receptions for 361 yards and a touchdown...tied for 10th among NFL tight ends in the second half of the 2010 season with 26 catches in the final eight games...made further strides in 2011 by setting career highs in every receiving category, including a total of 759 receiving yards, which ranked second in Titans/Oilers history for a tight end (768 by Frank Wycheck in 1998)...widely considered one of the top playmakers at his posi- tion coming out of college, the Titans thought highly enough of him that they traded a 2010 second-round draft choice to the New England Patriots to acquire him in the third round of the 2009 NFL Draft.

2014 SEASON: Totaled 52 receptions for 634 yards and three touchdowns...vs. Dallas (9/21): Started at tight end...led the team in catches with seven for a total of 75 yards...at San Francisco (11/2): Saw action at tight end...notched two receptions for 12 yards...marked 40 consecutive games including his 24 games as a Ram that he caught a pass...at Arizona (11/9): Started at tight end...hauled in two passes for 84 yards and one touchdown...at Washington (12/7): Started at tight end...hauled in four passes for 61 yards and two touchdowns...his two touchdown performance was his second of his career, the last time he had two touchdown receptions in the same game was his first game as a Ram against Arizona (9/8/13)...vs. New York Giants (12/21): Started at tight end...notched five receptions for 41 yards.

2013 SEASON: Played in 16 games, 13 starts...caught 51 passes for 671 yards...set a new record for most receiving yards in a season by a Rams tight end (671)...set two all-time, single-season franchise records for Rams’ tight ends with his 51 recep- tions for 671 yards, both marks are the most by a tight end in Rams history...previously, TE Pete Holohan had 59 receptions in 1988 and Mike Barber had 657 receiving yards in 1983...vs. Arizona (9/8): Hauled in a 13-yard touchdown pass from QB Sam Bradford...his first touchdown as a Ram...he brought in a second touchdown from Bradford on a 1-yard pass...marked his first multi-touchdown game of his career and pushes his career total to 10...he finished with 141 receiving yards, the most by a Rams’ tight end in history...the performance is his second-highest career total, behind his 169 yards vs. Jacksonville (12/24/11), as a member of the Titans...marked his third 100-yard plus game of his career...vs. Tennessee (11/3): Started at tight end...caught his third touchdown pass of the season...totaled three passes for 36 yards...vs. Chicago (11/24): Started at tight end...led the team in receiving yards with 80 on four catches and one touchdown...tied a personal best for touchdowns in a season...at San Francisco (12/1): Started at tight end..led the team in receiving yards with 49 on three catches...at Arizona (12/8): Saw action on offense... led the team in receiving yards with 49 on three receptions...at Seattle (12/29): Started at tight end...registered a two-yard touch- down pass from QB Kellen Clemens...with the score, established a new personal best with five touchdowns this season.

2012 SEASON: Played in 13 games with five starts at tight end and tied for the team lead with four receiving touchdowns. Despite missing the final three games, ranked fourth on the team with 44 receptions and 523 receiving yards. Was placed on injured reserve on Dec. 13, 2012. Led the team in receptions once in 2012 (at JAC). Led the team in receiving yards once in 2012 (vs. NE)...vs. New England (9/9): Started at tight end and led the team with 64 receiving yards on four catches. Converted a third- and-six with a 19-yard grab over the middle late in the first quarter. Kickstarted the Titans’ touchdown drive with a 35-yard recep- tion early in the third quarter...at San Diego (9/16): Started at tight end and hauled in three receptions for 23 yards...vs. Detroit (9/23): Started at tight end and snared four catches for 77 yards and a touchdown before leaving the game in the second quarter with an injury. Gave the Titans a 17-6 lead with a 61-yard touchdown on a catch-and-run with 13:00 remaining in the second quarter...at Houston (9/30): Played as a reserve at tight end and caught three passes for 36 yards. Snared a 25-yard catch from Matt Hasselbeck on the final play of the first quarter...at Minnesota (10/7): Saw action as a reserve at tight end and grabbed five receptions for 37 yards, including a touchdown. Hauled in a 10-yard touchdown pass from Matt Hasselbeck with 10:35 remain- ing in the fourth quarter...vs. Pittsburgh (10/11): Played as a reserve at tight end and snared four catches for 54 yards. Helped set up the Titans’ field goal before the half with a 19-yard catch late in the second quarter. Set up the Titans’ game-winning field goal with a 25-yard catch-and-run to the Steelers’ 25-yard line with 32 seconds left to play in the game...at Buffalo (10/21): Saw action as a reserve at tight end and grabbed two receptions for 37 yards. Extended the Titans’ third touchdown drive with a pair of third down conversions: an eight-yard grab on third-and-6 and a 29-yard catch-and-run on third-and-6...vs. Indianapolis (10/28): Played as a reserve at tight end and snared three receptions for 45 yards. Extended the Titans’ first scoring drive with a 16-yard grab on third-and-5 in the opening stanza. Hauled in a 29-yard reception on the Titans’ scoring drive in the fourth quarter...vs. Chicago (11/4): Started at tight end and collected two receptions for six yards...at Miami (11/11): Played as a reserve at tight end and hauled in one touchdown reception for 26 yards. Extended the Titans’ lead to 31-3 with a leaping, 26-yard touchdown reception on third-and-15 with 6:54 remaining in the third stanza...at Jacksonville (11/25): Saw action as a reserve at tight end and led the team with six receptions for 47 yards. Extended the Titans’ scoring drive in the third quarter with a 15-yard catch on third-and-14...Houston (12/2): Started at tight end and notched four receptions for 51 yards. Kickstarted the Titans’ initial scoring drive with a diving 25-yard grab in the opening quarter...at Indianapolis (12/9): Played as a reserve at tight end and caught three passes for 20 yards with a touchdown. Gave the Titans an early 7-0 lead with a leaping, 18-yard touchdown catch on third-and-six with 10:10 left to play in the first quarter.

2011 SEASON: Played in all 16 games with five starts at tight end and finished second on the team with a career-best 759 receiving yards, a total that also ranks second in franchise history by a tight end behind only Frank Wycheck’s 768 yards in 1998. Ranked third on the team with 49 catches. Tied for the team lead in receptions four times in 2011 (at CLE, at IND, vs. JAX, at HST). Led the team in receiving yards three times in 2011 (at CLE, at IND, vs. JAX)...at Cleveland (10/2): Tied for the team lead with two receptions for a team-best 93 receiving yards and a touchdown. Extended the Titans lead to 14-6 with an 80-yard touchdown on a catch-and-run play down the left sideline with 13:59 left to play in the second quarter...vs. Houston (10/23): Snared two receptions for 22 yards with a touchdown. Got the Titans on the scoreboard with a five-yard touchdown reception in the corner of the end zone on fourth-and-goal with 5:34 remaining in the third quarter...vs. Indianapolis (10/30): Set up the Titans’ first touchdown with a 32-yard reception on a third-and-6 late in the second quarter...at Atlanta (11/20): Caught five passes for 51 yards. Kickstarted the Titans’ scoring drive at the end of the first half with a 20-yard catch. Hauled in a 22-yard pass from Jake Locker on fourth-and-17 during the touchdown drive late in the final quarter...at Indianapolis (12/18): Led the team with a career- high nine receptions and a career-best 103 receiving yards. It was his first career 100-yard game. Extended a Titans’ touchdown drive with a nine-yard catch on third-and-1 in the fourth quarter...vs. Jacksonville (12/24): Led the team with eight receptions and a career-high 169 yards with a score. The 169 receiving yards set a new single-game franchise record for a tight end. Set up the Titans’ first field goal with an 18-yard grab over the middle in the first quarter. Gave the Titans a 10-0 lead with a 55-yard touchdown catch over the deep middle with 4:39 left to play in the first stanza. Helped run out the clock with a 29-yard reception on third-and-five late in the fourth quarter...at Houston (1/1): Tied for the team lead with four receptions for 63 yards. Helped set up the Titans’ first touchdown of the afternoon with a 25-yard grab down to the Texans’ four-yard line in the second quarter.

2010 SEASON:: Appeared in all 16 games with one start at tight end and collected 29 receptions for 361 yards with a touchdown. Over the final eight games of the season, tied for 10th among NFL tight ends with 26 receptions. Led or tied for the team lead in receptions four times in 2010 (at HOU, vs. JAX, at KC, at IND). Led the team in receiving yards twice in 2010 (vs. JAX, at KC)...at San Diego (10/31): Caught one pass for 36 yards. Registered a solo tackle on special teams coverage units. Extended a Titans’ scoring drive with a career-long 36-yard reception down the right sideline on third-and-4 in the first quarter...at Houston (11/28): Tied for the team lead with four receptions for 40 yards. Drew a 20-yard pass interference penalty in the fourth quarter. Hauled in a 23-yard reception late in the fourth quarter...vs. Jacksonville (12/5): Led the team with four receptions and 47 receiving yards. Extended a Titans’ scoring drive by grabbing a seven-yard reception on fourth-and-6 in the fourth quarter...vs. Houston (12/19): Made his first career start at tight end and hauled in three receptions for 42 yards. Hauled in a 27-yard reception along the left sideline in the third quarter...at Kansas City (12/26): Led the team with five receptions and 96 receiving yards with his first career touchdown. Hauled in a 28-yard pass with an over-the-shoulder grab in the second quarter. Extended the Titans’ second touchdown drive with a 22-yard reception on third-and-15 in the third quarter. On the next play, scored his first career touchdown on a 22-yard grab...at Indianapolis (1/2): Led the team with seven receptions for 58 yards. Hauled in an 18-yard reception on third-and-8 late in the second quarter.

2009 SEASON:: Posted nine receptions for 74 yards in 14 games during rookie campaign...vs. Houston (9/20): Made his NFL debut as a reserve...at Jacksonville (10/4): Grabbed two catches for 11 yards, including his first career NFL reception, a five- yard pass from Kerry Collins...vs. Indianapolis (10/11): Totaled season-high three receptions for 27 yards...vs. Arizona (11/29): Made two key receptions for 29 total yards during game-winning touchdown drive in the fourth quarter, including a 17-yard catch on third-and-5.

COLLEGE: As a junior (2008), earned first-team All-SEC recognition by league’s coaches and second-team accolades from Associated Press and Rivals.com...named one of eight semifinalists for Mackey Award, given to nation’s top tight end...appeared in 13 games with 11 starts. Ranked second on team with 37 receptions and 573 receiving yards while leading team with 15.5-yard reception average. Had team’s two longest receptions of season––a 66-yard touchdown against Arkansas (11/8) and 63-yard reception at Ole Miss (10/4). At Vanderbilt (9/4), had career-best day, recording eight receptions for 111 yards...as a sophomore (2007), moved permanently to tight end and appeared in 12 games with three starts. Ranked third on squad with 30 receptions for 421 yards (second on team). His 14.0-yard receiving average was highest for any player on team with more than two recep- tions...as a redshirt freshman (2006), split season between tight end and wide receiver. Saw action in 12 games and caught six passes for 113 yards, an average of 18.8 yards per catch...redshirted in 2005.

PERSONAL: Single, splits time between Nashville and Suwanee, Ga...attended North Gwinnett (Ga.) High School, where he played receiver and free safety. As senior, caught 32 passes for 800 yards and 10 touchdowns. Named first-team All-Conference, All-State and Super 11 Team selection by The Atlanta Journal Constitution. Rated 24th-best player in Georgia and 40th-best wide receiver in country by Rivals.com...also played basketball and earned All-Conference and All-State honors. During high school, his AAU basketball team, the Georgia Stars, won a national championship...born Jared Alan Cook on April 7, 1987 in Birmingham, Ala...majored in retail...participated in numerous community events, including Komen Race for the Cure, Komen Power of a Promise Luncheon, Motion for Kids Holiday Party Honorary Chair, KidSmart Push for Pencils Honorary Chair and the All-Community Ticket Program - Cook’s Kitchen.

TRANSACTIONS: Signed with the St. Louis Rams as a free agent (3/13/12)...selected by the Titans in the third round (89th overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft.

PRO: Seven-year NFL veteran, completed his second as a Ram...in his first season as a Ram in 2013, he set a new record for most receiving yards in a season by a Rams tight end (671)...in his Rams’ debut, he caught seven passes for 141 yards , the most yards by a tight end in a single game in franchise history...after a rookie season in which he played sparingly, putting up nine receptions for 74 yards, he enjoyed a strong sophomore campaign with 29 receptions for 361 yards and a touchdown...tied for 10th among NFL tight ends in the second half of the 2010 season with 26 catches in the final eight games...made further strides in 2011 by setting career highs in every receiving category, including a total of 759 receiving yards, which ranked second in Titans/Oilers history for a tight end (768 by Frank Wycheck in 1998)...widely considered one of the top playmakers at his posi- tion coming out of college, the Titans thought highly enough of him that they traded a 2010 second-round draft choice to the New England Patriots to acquire him in the third round of the 2009 NFL Draft.

2014 SEASON: Totaled 52 receptions for 634 yards and three touchdowns...vs. Dallas (9/21): Started at tight end...led the team in catches with seven for a total of 75 yards...at San Francisco (11/2): Saw action at tight end...notched two receptions for 12 yards...marked 40 consecutive games including his 24 games as a Ram that he caught a pass...at Arizona (11/9): Started at tight end...hauled in two passes for 84 yards and one touchdown...at Washington (12/7): Started at tight end...hauled in four passes for 61 yards and two touchdowns...his two touchdown performance was his second of his career, the last time he had two touchdown receptions in the same game was his first game as a Ram against Arizona (9/8/13)...vs. New York Giants (12/21): Started at tight end...notched five receptions for 41 yards.

2013 SEASON: Played in 16 games, 13 starts...caught 51 passes for 671 yards...set a new record for most receiving yards in a season by a Rams tight end (671)...set two all-time, single-season franchise records for Rams’ tight ends with his 51 recep- tions for 671 yards, both marks are the most by a tight end in Rams history...previously, TE Pete Holohan had 59 receptions in 1988 and Mike Barber had 657 receiving yards in 1983...vs. Arizona (9/8): Hauled in a 13-yard touchdown pass from QB Sam Bradford...his first touchdown as a Ram...he brought in a second touchdown from Bradford on a 1-yard pass...marked his first multi-touchdown game of his career and pushes his career total to 10...he finished with 141 receiving yards, the most by a Rams’ tight end in history...the performance is his second-highest career total, behind his 169 yards vs. Jacksonville (12/24/11), as a member of the Titans...marked his third 100-yard plus game of his career...vs. Tennessee (11/3): Started at tight end...caught his third touchdown pass of the season...totaled three passes for 36 yards...vs. Chicago (11/24): Started at tight end...led the team in receiving yards with 80 on four catches and one touchdown...tied a personal best for touchdowns in a season...at San Francisco (12/1): Started at tight end..led the team in receiving yards with 49 on three catches...at Arizona (12/8): Saw action on offense... led the team in receiving yards with 49 on three receptions...at Seattle (12/29): Started at tight end...registered a two-yard touch- down pass from QB Kellen Clemens...with the score, established a new personal best with five touchdowns this season.

2012 SEASON: Played in 13 games with five starts at tight end and tied for the team lead with four receiving touchdowns. Despite missing the final three games, ranked fourth on the team with 44 receptions and 523 receiving yards. Was placed on injured reserve on Dec. 13, 2012. Led the team in receptions once in 2012 (at JAC). Led the team in receiving yards once in 2012 (vs. NE)...vs. New England (9/9): Started at tight end and led the team with 64 receiving yards on four catches. Converted a third- and-six with a 19-yard grab over the middle late in the first quarter. Kickstarted the Titans’ touchdown drive with a 35-yard recep- tion early in the third quarter...at San Diego (9/16): Started at tight end and hauled in three receptions for 23 yards...vs. Detroit (9/23): Started at tight end and snared four catches for 77 yards and a touchdown before leaving the game in the second quarter with an injury. Gave the Titans a 17-6 lead with a 61-yard touchdown on a catch-and-run with 13:00 remaining in the second quarter...at Houston (9/30): Played as a reserve at tight end and caught three passes for 36 yards. Snared a 25-yard catch from Matt Hasselbeck on the final play of the first quarter...at Minnesota (10/7): Saw action as a reserve at tight end and grabbed five receptions for 37 yards, including a touchdown. Hauled in a 10-yard touchdown pass from Matt Hasselbeck with 10:35 remain- ing in the fourth quarter...vs. Pittsburgh (10/11): Played as a reserve at tight end and snared four catches for 54 yards. Helped set up the Titans’ field goal before the half with a 19-yard catch late in the second quarter. Set up the Titans’ game-winning field goal with a 25-yard catch-and-run to the Steelers’ 25-yard line with 32 seconds left to play in the game...at Buffalo (10/21): Saw action as a reserve at tight end and grabbed two receptions for 37 yards. Extended the Titans’ third touchdown drive with a pair of third down conversions: an eight-yard grab on third-and-6 and a 29-yard catch-and-run on third-and-6...vs. Indianapolis (10/28): Played as a reserve at tight end and snared three receptions for 45 yards. Extended the Titans’ first scoring drive with a 16-yard grab on third-and-5 in the opening stanza. Hauled in a 29-yard reception on the Titans’ scoring drive in the fourth quarter...vs. Chicago (11/4): Started at tight end and collected two receptions for six yards...at Miami (11/11): Played as a reserve at tight end and hauled in one touchdown reception for 26 yards. Extended the Titans’ lead to 31-3 with a leaping, 26-yard touchdown reception on third-and-15 with 6:54 remaining in the third stanza...at Jacksonville (11/25): Saw action as a reserve at tight end and led the team with six receptions for 47 yards. Extended the Titans’ scoring drive in the third quarter with a 15-yard catch on third-and-14...Houston (12/2): Started at tight end and notched four receptions for 51 yards. Kickstarted the Titans’ initial scoring drive with a diving 25-yard grab in the opening quarter...at Indianapolis (12/9): Played as a reserve at tight end and caught three passes for 20 yards with a touchdown. Gave the Titans an early 7-0 lead with a leaping, 18-yard touchdown catch on third-and-six with 10:10 left to play in the first quarter.

2011 SEASON: Played in all 16 games with five starts at tight end and finished second on the team with a career-best 759 receiving yards, a total that also ranks second in franchise history by a tight end behind only Frank Wycheck’s 768 yards in 1998. Ranked third on the team with 49 catches. Tied for the team lead in receptions four times in 2011 (at CLE, at IND, vs. JAX, at HST). Led the team in receiving yards three times in 2011 (at CLE, at IND, vs. JAX)...at Cleveland (10/2): Tied for the team lead with two receptions for a team-best 93 receiving yards and a touchdown. Extended the Titans lead to 14-6 with an 80-yard touchdown on a catch-and-run play down the left sideline with 13:59 left to play in the second quarter...vs. Houston (10/23): Snared two receptions for 22 yards with a touchdown. Got the Titans on the scoreboard with a five-yard touchdown reception in the corner of the end zone on fourth-and-goal with 5:34 remaining in the third quarter...vs. Indianapolis (10/30): Set up the Titans’ first touchdown with a 32-yard reception on a third-and-6 late in the second quarter...at Atlanta (11/20): Caught five passes for 51 yards. Kickstarted the Titans’ scoring drive at the end of the first half with a 20-yard catch. Hauled in a 22-yard pass from Jake Locker on fourth-and-17 during the touchdown drive late in the final quarter...at Indianapolis (12/18): Led the team with a career- high nine receptions and a career-best 103 receiving yards. It was his first career 100-yard game. Extended a Titans’ touchdown drive with a nine-yard catch on third-and-1 in the fourth quarter...vs. Jacksonville (12/24): Led the team with eight receptions and a career-high 169 yards with a score. The 169 receiving yards set a new single-game franchise record for a tight end. Set up the Titans’ first field goal with an 18-yard grab over the middle in the first quarter. Gave the Titans a 10-0 lead with a 55-yard touchdown catch over the deep middle with 4:39 left to play in the first stanza. Helped run out the clock with a 29-yard reception on third-and-five late in the fourth quarter...at Houston (1/1): Tied for the team lead with four receptions for 63 yards. Helped set up the Titans’ first touchdown of the afternoon with a 25-yard grab down to the Texans’ four-yard line in the second quarter.

2010 SEASON:: Appeared in all 16 games with one start at tight end and collected 29 receptions for 361 yards with a touchdown. Over the final eight games of the season, tied for 10th among NFL tight ends with 26 receptions. Led or tied for the team lead in receptions four times in 2010 (at HOU, vs. JAX, at KC, at IND). Led the team in receiving yards twice in 2010 (vs. JAX, at KC)...at San Diego (10/31): Caught one pass for 36 yards. Registered a solo tackle on special teams coverage units. Extended a Titans’ scoring drive with a career-long 36-yard reception down the right sideline on third-and-4 in the first quarter...at Houston (11/28): Tied for the team lead with four receptions for 40 yards. Drew a 20-yard pass interference penalty in the fourth quarter. Hauled in a 23-yard reception late in the fourth quarter...vs. Jacksonville (12/5): Led the team with four receptions and 47 receiving yards. Extended a Titans’ scoring drive by grabbing a seven-yard reception on fourth-and-6 in the fourth quarter...vs. Houston (12/19): Made his first career start at tight end and hauled in three receptions for 42 yards. Hauled in a 27-yard reception along the left sideline in the third quarter...at Kansas City (12/26): Led the team with five receptions and 96 receiving yards with his first career touchdown. Hauled in a 28-yard pass with an over-the-shoulder grab in the second quarter. Extended the Titans’ second touchdown drive with a 22-yard reception on third-and-15 in the third quarter. On the next play, scored his first career touchdown on a 22-yard grab...at Indianapolis (1/2): Led the team with seven receptions for 58 yards. Hauled in an 18-yard reception on third-and-8 late in the second quarter.

2009 SEASON:: Posted nine receptions for 74 yards in 14 games during rookie campaign...vs. Houston (9/20): Made his NFL debut as a reserve...at Jacksonville (10/4): Grabbed two catches for 11 yards, including his first career NFL reception, a five- yard pass from Kerry Collins...vs. Indianapolis (10/11): Totaled season-high three receptions for 27 yards...vs. Arizona (11/29): Made two key receptions for 29 total yards during game-winning touchdown drive in the fourth quarter, including a 17-yard catch on third-and-5.

COLLEGE: As a junior (2008), earned first-team All-SEC recognition by league’s coaches and second-team accolades from Associated Press and Rivals.com...named one of eight semifinalists for Mackey Award, given to nation’s top tight end...appeared in 13 games with 11 starts. Ranked second on team with 37 receptions and 573 receiving yards while leading team with 15.5-yard reception average. Had team’s two longest receptions of season––a 66-yard touchdown against Arkansas (11/8) and 63-yard reception at Ole Miss (10/4). At Vanderbilt (9/4), had career-best day, recording eight receptions for 111 yards...as a sophomore (2007), moved permanently to tight end and appeared in 12 games with three starts. Ranked third on squad with 30 receptions for 421 yards (second on team). His 14.0-yard receiving average was highest for any player on team with more than two recep- tions...as a redshirt freshman (2006), split season between tight end and wide receiver. Saw action in 12 games and caught six passes for 113 yards, an average of 18.8 yards per catch...redshirted in 2005.

PERSONAL: Single, splits time between Nashville and Suwanee, Ga...attended North Gwinnett (Ga.) High School, where he played receiver and free safety. As senior, caught 32 passes for 800 yards and 10 touchdowns. Named first-team All-Conference, All-State and Super 11 Team selection by The Atlanta Journal Constitution. Rated 24th-best player in Georgia and 40th-best wide receiver in country by Rivals.com...also played basketball and earned All-Conference and All-State honors. During high school, his AAU basketball team, the Georgia Stars, won a national championship...born Jared Alan Cook on April 7, 1987 in Birmingham, Ala...majored in retail...participated in numerous community events, including Komen Race for the Cure, Komen Power of a Promise Luncheon, Motion for Kids Holiday Party Honorary Chair, KidSmart Push for Pencils Honorary Chair and the All-Community Ticket Program - Cook’s Kitchen.

 

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