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JARED COOK RUMORS & GOSSIP

Rams' Cook: Poor choice of words led to meeting with Fisher

  Jared Cook spoke eloquently about why he and four St. Louis Rams teammates did the ''Hands Up'' gesture, but comments about his coach get him in trouble last week. It's ''not just a Ferguson thing,'' the Rams tight end said earlier this month. ''It's a worldwide thing. You don't need to burn down your community, you don't need to harm others to get your message across.'' However...
Via AP on Fox
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Cook's critical words after Rams' loss leads to meeting with Fisher

ST. LOUIS -- Jared Cook spoke eloquently about why he and four St. Louis Rams teammates did the "Hands Up" gesture, but comments about his coach get him in trouble last week. It's "not just a Ferguson thing," the Rams tight end said earlier this month. "It's a worldwide thing. You don't need to burn down your community, you don't need to harm others to get your message across." However...
Via AP on Fox
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Rams' Cook: Poor choice of words led to Fisher meeting

ST. LOUIS (AP) Jared Cook spoke eloquently about why he and four St. Louis Rams teammates did the ''Hands Up'' gesture, but comments about his coach get him in trouble last week. It's ''not just a Ferguson thing,'' the Rams tight end said earlier this month. ''It's a worldwide thing. You don't need to burn down your community, you don't need to harm others to get your message across...
Via AP on Fox
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Cook has been a go-to guy for Rams both on and off the field

ST. LOUIS -- Jared Cook had his most productive game of the season for the St. Louis Rams after being cleared for concussion-like symptoms. He's been a go-to guy off the field, too. "Things happen all the time. It's all about resiliency in this game," Cook said after catching two touchdown passes in last week's 24-0 victory at Washington. "You have to bounce back." The tight end...
Via AP on Fox
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Jared Cook says he's received threats for ‘hands up, don’t shoot’ gesture

Jared Cook was one of a handful of St. Louis Rams players who took the field last Sunday doing a “hands up, don’t shoot” gesture. Not surprisingly, the political statement has led to threats on social media. On Wednesday night, Cook told The Associated Press that he believes the “world understands” why the players did...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

No disrespect: Rams' Cook sets the record straight on Ferguson gesture

ST. LOUIS -- Three days later, Rams coach Jeff Fisher still wasn't talking about the protest five of his receivers staged last Sunday when they ran onto the field at the Edward Jones Dome in the "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" gesture. And really, it's difficult to fault him. "I'm a football coach," he said Wednesday. Considering all that has gone on with and around his team this season...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Weekly Rewind: Rams pull off shocking upset; Jared Cook’s strong season

Here’s a recap of what you may have missed this past week. cover32 Rams Local Content - Rams shock the NFL by convincingly beating the Denver Broncos (READ) - The Shaun Hill era in St. Louis begins with a big win (READ) - Four former St. Louis Rams among 26 Pro Football Hall of Fame semifinalists (READ) - Top 5 ways to celebrate the Rams’ retroactive Super Bowl victory...
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26 days ago  |  Discuss

Jared Cook is quietly having a strong season

Ask 100 Rams fans their opinion on tight end Jared Cook, and you might get 100 different answers. Some might say he’s overpaid, some have called him a letdown, some may be indifferent. However, overshadowed by quarterback changes, a late-emerging defensive line, and an impressive rookie class, Cook has had a very quietly productive 2014 campaign. The numbers don’t lie. On an...
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29 days ago  |  Discuss

Watch: Rams players get into shoving match on sideline after blowing 21-point lead

The St. Louis Rams watched a 21-0 lead disappear quickly in Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys, and the players were not happy about it. Things erupted on the sideline early in the fourth quarter when TE Jared Cook pushed QB Austin Davis. When Cook couldn't hold onto a potential touchdown catch from Davis, the team was forced to settle for a field goal to go up, 24...
Via The Sports Daily
September 21, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Jared Cook shoves his own QB on the sidelines

The St. Louis Rams have blown a massive lead at home against the Cowboys and now appear to be pointing fingers on the sideline. Watch as tight end Jared Cook appears to hear a jab from an unknown party and shoves his QB out of the way in order to start some sideline extracurricular activities: [Twitter] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Via Next Impulse Sports
September 21, 2014  |  Discuss
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