One NFL free agent that many teams should be interested in is running back Dalvin Cook.
He has proven to be an effective runner and someone that can still help many teams.
Cook was released by the Minnesota Vikings earlier in the offseason and has yet to find a home.
But due to a poor running back market, Cook might have to wait until training camp to sign.
One team that has been linked to Cook is the New York Jets.
The Jets have been in on a ton of different players this offseason as they are going all-in.
Adding Aaron Rodgers means the Jets must win and win now.
Jets head coach Robert Saleh was asked about his team possibly signing Cook.
According to SNY, Saleh said: “You never want to say no to a great player.”
Robert Saleh on the Jets' interest in Dalvin Cook:
"You never want to say no to a great player…but there's a lot of contractual stuff that goes with it" pic.twitter.com/MwEJFHRLrA
— Jets Videos (@snyjets) July 20, 2023
Cook will turn 28 years old in August but has not shown any signs of slowing down.
He has four straight years of 1,000 yards rushing and has averaged at least 4.4 yards per carry each year of his career.
The only issue for Cook is that he is not a durable player.
Last season was the only time he played every game in his six-year career.
With Cook getting older you can expect he will not become more durable.
Most running backs hit a wall around year six or seven.
We have seen that with Ezekiel Elliott and Leonard Fournette.
Yet Cook seems to be going strong heading into his seventh year.
Some team will take a chance on the four-time Pro Bowler and it will be interesting to see who it will be.NEXT: Aaron Rodgers Explains How He's Changed Over The Years