Put one more name on Derek Carr‘s growing list of talented targets.

After adding speedster Cordarrelle Patterson earlier this week, the Oakland Raiders signed tight end Jared Cook, the team announced Thursday.

Cook signed a two-year contract worth up to $12.2 million, a source told NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

The first year of Cook’s deal is reportedly fully guaranteed.

Carr played a big role in Cook’s recruitment, a source told ESPN’s Adam Caplan. The quarterback spent Thursday morning watching game film with Cook and hung out with him at the Raiders’ facility during the day.

Cook joins blocking specialist Lee Smith and 2015 third-round pick Clive Walford to form a well-rounded trio of tight ends for the Raiders.

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The 29-year-old played last season with the Green Bay Packers, and broke out in the playoffs with at least five catches in each of the team’s three postseason contests. Cook had 30 catches for 377 yards and one touchdown through 10 games in 2016, the seventh season of his career.

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