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  • Where can I get a Jared Cook jersey?

    I've been looking into getting a Rams jersey, only 99.95 on Not to bad of a deal. But I want to get a Cook jersey. For some reason, they don't have them available. You can buy Austin and Ogletree jerseys, but no Cook (I list them because all three players are in their first year in the Lou)

    Anyone know when NFL will make them available?. Dont want to pay the extra 40+ for.customizing)

  • #2
    Re: Where can I get a Jared Cook jersey?

    Try Goodwill or Salvation Army for a Cook jersey.


    • #3
      Re: Where can I get a Jared Cook jersey?

      Look around. There is a good chance he dropped his...
      All bets are Goff


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        -12-30-2013, 12:47 PM
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        Cook, who was the team's prized free-agent addition the previous March, had set franchise records for tight end production but couldn't shake the feeling that something had been missing. He felt like he hadn't done all he could to take the individual talent that's tantalized since he entered the league and turn it into consistent production. He had a similar feeling about the 7-9 finish that once again left the Rams short of the postseason.

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