Report: Dolphins make offer for Dalvin Cook
The Miami Dolphins made an offer for free-agent running back Dalvin Cook, a source told Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald.
Cook is interested in joining Miami, according to Jackson, but the terms of the reported offer are unclear.
Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel declined to comment on his team's potential interest in Cook earlier in June.
Cook currently has "multiple offers" on the table, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.
The four-time Pro Bowler has been linked to multiple teams since the Minnesota Vikings released him June 8. On Monday, he shared a video of Jets tight end Tyler Conklin saying there's room for Cook in New York.
Cook, 27, is one of the biggest names available in an NFL market that still features multiple high-profile players. He spent his first six NFL seasons with Minnesota and has topped 1,000 rushing yards for four straight years. He finished 2022 with 1,173 yards (4.4 per carry) and eight touchdowns on the ground to go along with 295 yards and two scores on 39 catches.