The equipment is still here, and I'm still that guy, says Dalvin Cook.  

Despite the fact that running back Dalvin Cook did not receive a significant amount of playing time during the 2023 season, he is determined to ensure that he continues to be on the radar of teams that may be searching for veteran assistance in the backfield.  

During the summer of 2017, Cook signed a contract with the Jets. However, due to Breece Hall's recovery from his injury, he was reduced to a backup role. During that time, he ran 67 times for 214 yards before being released around the end of the season  

He was a member of the practice squad with the Baltimore Ravens and ran eight times for a total of 23 yards during the team's postseason victory over Houston. However, he did not participate in the AFC Championship Game.  

Cook has been training in Houston, and he took some time this week to emphasize that he believes he is the same player he was when he was with the Vikings and he had four consecutive seasons in which he accumulated 1,000 yards.  

By way of Aaron Wilson of KPRC, Cook was quoted as saying, "I've got it all." The tools are still at this location. The previous year, I didn't really receive any reps at all. In light of the fact that the legs are still fresh, the resume speaks for itself.   

Still, my name is Dalvin Cook. To this day, I am that guy. To speak highly of myself is not something I enjoy doing. The only thing I enjoy doing is going out there, putting on my helmet, and lining up on the grass.  

When it comes to 2024, it is possible that Cook may have to wait a little bit longer before he finds a home.   

This is because some teams that are in the market for running backs will be looking to fill their need through the draft.  

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