Titans coach Mike Munchak said the team has no plans to deal tight end Jared Cook, who according to a report, had asked for a trade through his agent.
“Jared is a big part of our team. Jared has made a lot of good catches for us this year. We know for us to win games, we need him making plays for us. So that's not something for me we've thought about at all. I'm hoping that's not on his mind either,” Munchak said.
Asked if he would consider dealing Cook under any circumstances, Munchak replied, “I'm not gonna comment on that. That's not my decision to make, but I don't see that happening though. I don't see why we'd do that. If the agent is calling and stirring the pot, this is not the time for those types of things.”
Cook is in the final year of his contract and has made it known in the past that he would like an extension and to stay in Tennessee. He also has made it clear on many occasions that he wants a bigger role in the offense, something that did not happen Sunday when he played less than 50 percent of the offensive snaps against the Colts.