The Seattle Seahawks are bringing in free-agent tight end Jared Cook for a visit, sources told NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

The Seahawks don’t appear to have an immediate need at tight end with Jimmy Graham on the roster, though Graham’s contract is set to expire after next season.

Former Seattle backup tight end Luke Willson is currently a free agent as well, but has caught just 32 passes over the past two seasons – well below Cook’s usual production.

Cook broke out as a weapon for the Green Bay Packers late last season, catching at least five passes in each of their playoff games and producing a catch-of-the-year candidate against the Dallas Cowboys that set up a game-winning field goal.

The Detroit Lions, Buffalo Bills, and Chicago Bears have also reportedly expressed interest in Cook.

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