The Facts: Following up on the previous item. ... The Raiders signed Cook to a two-year, $12.2 million deal. The Raiders later confirmed the deal.
Diehards Line: Cook also drew interest from the Seahawks and Vikings after the Packers signed Martellus Bennett as his replacement. It's quite possible that Cook misread his market after emerging as Aaron Rodgers' secret weapon last season. ... An excellent fit in Derek Carr's aerial attack, Cook is an exceptionally athletic seam-stretching tight end. Although Clive Walford was drafted to fill that role, he failed to consistently gain separation in a disappointing second season.