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Dalvin Cook to visit the New York Jets: Will he join Aaron Rodgers?

For Aaron Rodgers to be successful with the New York Jets, a lot of it will depend on the supporting cast around him.

He could be in line for some big help with news that running back Dalvin Cook will visit the team this weekend.

NFL Network insider Tom Pelissero revealed Cook's visit to New York.

The former Minnesota Vikings running back would solidify a position that was left weakened by the torn ACL suffered by Breece Hall last year which has him on the physically unable to perform list.

According to NFL.com, the interest shown in Cook would help the 'Gang Green' while Hall recovers.

As for when Hall returns, it would help take pressure off him and leave the Jets with two power runners, which would in turn aid Rodgers and the offence.

Aaron Rodgers reworks his contract with the Jets

Rodgers has yet to make his debut with the Jets and has already received a two-season contract extension.

In truth, the reworked deal saw Rodgers voluntarily reduce his salary by about $35 million over the next two years.

The move will provide immediate help for New York in their pursuit of Cook after Rodgers' salary cap hit fell below $9 million.

Rodgers knows that to succeed he needs talent and in the final stage of his career after becoming an NFL legend with the Green Bay Packers, Aaron's goal is to succeed with the Jets, something that would be aided by the arrival of Cook.

If Cook joins the Jets, the four-time NFL Most Valuable Player would have a partner with whom he had a strong rivalry for years while the two played for Packers and Vikings in the NFC North.

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