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Dalvin Cook

Dalvin Cook

RB -

Height: 5' 10"Weight: 210 lbsAge: 28College: Florida StateDrafted: 2017 #41 (2nd Rd. by MIN)

2024 Outlook

Draft Rank (ECR) #302
Best / Worst #235 / #357
ADP #205

Roster %

 
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18%
 
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1%
 
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DraftKings
Dalvin Cook to sign with the Ravens

Dalvin Cook is expected to sign with the Ravens for the playoffs.

Fantasy Impact

Cook will join Gus Edwards and Justice Hill in the Baltimore backfield for the playoffs. He was released by the Jets' earlier this week to allow him to sign with a contender. It should remain a committee in the Ravens backfield throughout the playoffs.

Ari Koslow20 weeks ago
Dalvin Cook released by the Jets

The Jets' have released RB Dalvin Cook.

Fantasy Impact

Cook will land on waivers and have the ability to sign with a playoff contender if he clears. He has seen just 67 carries so far this season and has yet to find the end zone. He'll look to land with a contender as likely a depth back.

Ari Koslow21 weeks ago
Dalvin Cook uninvolved in Week 15 loss

Dalvin Cook rushed for four yards on one carry in the Jets’ 30-0 loss to Miami. He caught his lone target for six yards.

Fantasy Impact

Cook continues to see limited work in a struggling Jets’ offense. The veteran running back remains uninvolved and can safely be left out of fantasy lineups heading into a Week 16 matchup with Washington.

Jesse Garcia23 weeks ago
Dalvin Cook ineffective in Week 14

Dalvin Cook rushed for 13 yards on seven carries during the Jets' 30-6 win over the Texans in Week 14. He also caught one pass for a loss of five yards.

Fantasy Impact

Cook continues to earn touches but has struggled to do much with them. He's nothing more than a handcuff, and you could still justify dropping him to waivers ahead of the fantasy football playoffs.

Andersen Pickard24 weeks ago
Dalvin Cook runs for 35 yards in Week 13

Dalvin Cook ran the ball nine times for 35 yards and added one catch for 11 yards in the Jets' 13-8 loss to the Atlanta Falcons.

Fantasy Impact

Despite receiving four fewer carries than Breece Hall, Cook ran for 19 more yards than the Jets' number-one running back. Yet, even after receiving his most carries this season, there is no reason to start Cook moving forward.

Phil Wood25 weeks ago