|Sep. 25, 201611:37 AM PT12:37 PM MT1:37 PM CT2:37 PM ET18:37 GMT2:37 AM 北京时间11:37 AM MST1:37 PM EST1:37 PM CT22:37 UAE14:37 ET17:37 - Cook sustained an injured right ankle during the second quarter of Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions. On the first play after Damarious Randall's interception set up Green Bay at Detroit's 25-yard line, Cook was unable to catch a deep crossing route that was thrown slightly behind him by quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Analysis: Cook, who had one catch for 15 yards, hobbled off the field and was examined by trainers before being taken to the locker room. Cook missed most of the Packers' offseason program and the start of training camp after minor foot surgery. Neither Cook nor the team said which foot was injured.
|July 25, 20162:01 PM PT3:01 PM MT4:01 PM CT5:01 PM ET21:01 GMT5:01 AM 北京时间2:01 PM MST4:01 PM EST4:01 PM CT1:01 UAE (+1)17:01 ET20:01 - Cook begins training camp on the physically unable to perform list when workouts begin Tuesday in Green Bay.
Analysis: Cook signed as a free agent and is expected to compete with Richard Rodgers for reps with the first-team offense. He underwent foot surgery in the offseason and is expected to be ready during the preseason, but the Packers are likely to be cautious.
|Mar. 28, 201612:59 PM PT1:59 PM MT2:59 PM CT3:59 PM ET19:59 GMT3:59 AM 北京时间12:59 PM MST2:59 PM EST2:59 PM CT23:59 UAE15:59 ET18:59 - The Packers made a surprise move into free-agency by signing Cook on Monday.
Analysis: The Packers rarely dip into the free-agent market, making the deal a significant one for a team with a history of building through the draft and hanging onto its players.
|Feb. 19, 201611:05 AM PT12:05 PM MT1:05 PM CT2:05 PM ET19:05 GMT3:05 AM 北京时间12:05 PM MST2:05 PM EST1:05 PM CT23:05 UAE14:05 ET17:05 - The Rams cut Cook on Friday.
Analysis: Cook joined the Rams as a free agent before the 2013 season and set franchise records for most receiving yards by a tight end both in a single season (671 in 2013) and in a single game (141 on Sept. 8, 2013 vs. Arizona).