The Jet Press Podcast: Dalvin Cook rumors, OTAs standouts, and more

NY Jets, Dalvin Cook
NY Jets, Dalvin Cook / Stephen Maturen/GettyImages

In the latest episode of The Jet Press Podcast, Justin Fried and Mike Luciano discuss the recent Dalvin Cook rumors, break down the NY Jets' best and worst moves of the offseason, and talk about a few standouts from OTAs.

The Jets have been connected to recent rumors regarding Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook. The team is reportedly interested in trading for/signing the four-time Pro Bowler this summer.

Should the Jets be interested? What should they be willing to give up? Justin and Mike offer slightly different opinions about the Jets' potential pursuit of Cook.

This shifted into a discussion about the best and worst moves of the Jets' offseason. Of course, the consensus was that the best move of the offseason was the trade for Aaron Rodgers, but what about some other moves?

The Chuck Clark trade and Allen Lazard signing were both identified as some of the team's best moves, while the failure to add a capable backup quarterback and the team's reluctance to re-sign Kwon Alexander were labeled as two of the team's worst decisions.

What about OTAs? The Jets may have canceled mandatory minicamp, but the team still held OTA practices over the last couple of weeks. From Jeremy Ruckert to Garrett Wilson, Justin and Mike broke down a few notable standouts from OTAs.

Finally, "Guess the Jet" returned this week with a 20 Questions-like twist on things. Justin and Mike each thought of two former/current Jets players, and the other was tasked with asking yes-or-no questions to determine who the player was. Play along at home if you'd like!

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