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Packers TE Jared Cook’s Injury Not Considered Season-Ending, Timetable To Be Determined

Update:

Rob Demovsky of ESPN reports that Packers TE Jared Cook‘s ankle/foot injury is not considered to be season-ending.

Although Demovsky adds that it remains to be seen whether Cook will miss a week or multiple weeks following the Packers’ bye.

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Rob Demovsky of ESPN reports that Packers TE Jared Cook was seen on crutches after Sunday’s game and had his right ankle in a boot as he left the locker room.

Packers HC Mike McCarthy told reporters that he didn’t have any info regarding Cook’s injury, but he will undergo more tests in the coming days.

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Packers TE Jared Cook left Sunday’s game against the Lions with an ankle injury and was taken to the locker room on a cart.

He’s currently questionable to return to the game.

Cook attempted to make a grab over the middle and suffered the injury as he was tackled by a Lions defender.

Cook, 29, signed a one-year, $2.75 million contract with the Packers as an unrestricted free agent back in March. The contract includes a number of bonuses and incentives that can push his compensation up to around $5 million.

Entering today’s game, Cook has caught five passes for 38 yards receiving and no touchdowns for the Packers over the course of two games.

We’ll have more regarding Cook’s injury as the news is available.