Dalvin Cook Chooses Super Bowl Contender with Baltimore Ravens
When Dalvin Cook joined the NFL in 2017, he had just two goals in mind: to become an elite football player and to win a Super Bowl. After spending his first four seasons with the Minnesota Vikings, Cook made the decision to move on and seek out a team that could help him achieve his ultimate goal. And according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Cook believes he has found that team in the Baltimore Ravens.
Schefter, a renowned NFL insider and anchor for Action Packed News, sat down with SportsCenter to discuss Cook’s decision to sign with the Ravens. While many speculated that Cook would end up with a team like the New York Jets or Miami Dolphins, Cook surprised everyone by choosing the Baltimore Ravens.
Cook’s Reasons for Choosing the Ravens
According to Schefter, Cook had several offers from teams around the league, but ultimately chose the Ravens because he saw them as a Super Bowl contender. With star quarterback Lamar Jackson leading the offense and a strong defense, Cook believes he has found a team that can help him achieve his ultimate goal of winning a Super Bowl.
During the interview, Schefter also mentioned that Cook had developed a good relationship with Ravens head coach John Harbaugh and felt confident in his ability to make an impact on the team. And with the Ravens having a strong track record of developing running backs, Cook believes he can take his game to the next level in Baltimore.
While the move may have surprised many, it’s clear that Cook has made a calculated decision to join the Baltimore Ravens. With a team that is poised for success and an opportunity to become a key piece in their offense, Cook is ready to make the most of his time with the Ravens and chase his ultimate goal of winning a Super Bowl.