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Dalvin Cook Signs One-Year Deal with Jets

The signing, which essentially happened a few weeks ago when Dalvin Cook originally visited the Jets as a free agent, officially redistributes the value that existed in the Jets backfield previously.

Cook’s arrival, while certainly not ideal for Breece Hall, should not spell his doom for 2023 – but it will certainly limit Hall’s ceiling this season as he makes his return from his ACL injury. The workload split is likely to favor Cook in the early going this year as the Jets ramp Breece Hall back up, but could shift more towards a 50:50 or even favor Hall as the season progresses.

Both backs should be fantasy-relevant options from day one, with both projecting to provide some form of substantial value that should keep them in starting lineups – even if that’s in a flex or RB2 capacity.


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