James Cook

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Bills rookie James Cook 'opening eyes' at training camp, splits practice time with wide receivers

The Bills didn't necessarily need to add to the running back position when they spent a second-round draft pick on Georgia's James Cook this spring, with veterans Devin Singletary, Zack Moss and Duke Johnson already in tow. Entering the home stretch of 2022 training camp, however, they're glad they did. Coach Sean McDermott singled out Cook as a summer standout on Thursday, according to The Athletic, telling reporters the rookie deserves credit for his work as both a runner and receiver.

James Cook practicing with WRs at Buffalo Bills training camp

When the Buffalo Bills drafted James Cook in the second round of the 2022 NFL Draft, the thought was that they were getting one of the best pass-catching running backs in this year’s class. The addition of Cook was going to open up the playbook and bring versatility to...
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Bills' James Cook: Fleshing out receiving skills

Cook has taken some reps with the wide receivers in camp to work on his route running and footwork, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports. The Bills are enthralled with Cook's pass-catching ability out of the backfield, so the rookie second-round pick's likely to carve out a role as a change-of-pace complement to Devin Singletary. Spending some time with the receivers coaches should help Cook hone his skill set, though he's still likely to play primarily at running back in games.
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Fantasy Alert: Bills' James Cook Has 'Opened Some Eyes,' Sean McDermott Says

Attention fantasy football managers: James Cook is apparently turning heads at Buffalo Bills training camp. Head coach Sean McDermott said the rookie running back has "opened some eyes" heading into the 2022 season, per Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic. Buffalo selected Cook, who is the younger brother of Dalvin, with a second-round pick in the 2022 draft.

Running Back ADP Report: James Cook, Rhamondre Stevenson Late-Round Breakouts

To stay in the same lane with the quarterback ADPs, I continue to use the ADPs from RTSports for the running back position. Again, each fantasy league has different draft flows based on scoring, league size, and participants. The goal of reviewing data from previous drafts is to understand how other people view the player pool within a real, paid draft environment. At the same time, ADPs help understand which players are rising and falling.