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Draft Scout Jamaine Cook News
06/01/14 - RB Jamaine Cook was waived by the Brown May 19.
08/31/13 - RB Jamiane Cook was waived on Saturday as the Cleveland Browns got down to the league-mandated 53-player roster to start the season.
08/20/13 - RB Jamaine Cook was signed by the Browns.
04/30/13 - Browns sign 18 undrafted free agents...Jamaine Cook - Played four years Youngtown State University (2009-12) and finished second in school history with 4,052 rushing yards and 20 individual 100-yard rushing performances, while adding 39 touchdowns on 811 attempts… Totaled more than 1,200 rushing yards and 11 rushing scores in each of his three seasons as a starter… Rushed for 1,279 yards with 15 touchdowns on 279 carries in 2012… Attended Midpark High School in Middleburg Heights, Ohio. - ClevelandBrowns.com
03/07/13 - 2013 Youngstown State Pro Day: On Tuesday morning, scouts from NFL teams filled the Watson and Tressel Training Site as five Youngstown State University seniors displayed their talents at YSU Pro Day. Penguins Jamaine Cook, Mark Pratt, Aronde Stanton, Will Shaw and Lamar Mady performed in front of 12 NFL scouts. Among the scouts were representatives from the Cleveland Browns, the Pittsburgh Steelers, the New England Patriots and the New York Giants. Cook admitted that he was nervous coming into the event. He described the experience as “huge.” “I was up at 5 o’clock this morning, rolling around, tossing, thinking about that 40 that I had to start over four or five times,” he said. “It’s the biggest interview of your life.” - Cory Bartek, TheJambar.com