Raiders tight end Jared Cook had nine receptions against the Dolphins on Sunday. Miami must cover several more dangerous pass-catching tight ends over the final eight games of the season.
Raiders tight end Jared Cook had nine receptions against the Dolphins on Sunday. Miami must cover several more dangerous pass-catching tight ends over the final eight games of the season. Chris Trotman Getty Images
Raiders tight end Jared Cook had nine receptions against the Dolphins on Sunday. Miami must cover several more dangerous pass-catching tight ends over the final eight games of the season. Chris Trotman Getty Images
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