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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
03/07/13 - 2013 Youngstown State Pro Day: Cook led the way in the vertical jump with a jump of 40.5 inches, while both Shaw and Stanton reached 34.5 inches. Pratt reached 25.5 inches, and Mady recorded 26. In the 40-yard dash, Shaw recorded the fastest time with 4.73 minutes. Stanton ran a 5.09, Mady ran a 5.32, Pratt ran a 5.41 and Cook recorded a 4.78 time. Cook was not satisfied with his 40-yard dash time, but felt confident in his showing. He plans to keep working out and is going to stay focused on the goal. “I did all I can to prepare myself up until this point, so now the rest is out of my hands and we’ll see what the Lord has in store for us,” he said. - Cory Bartek, TheJambar.com
03/05/13 - 2013 Youngstown State Pro Day: A group of 12 NFL scouts turned out to watch former Penguins OG Lamar Mady, TE Will Shaw, RB Jamaine Cook, C Mark Pratt and DT Aronde Stanton go through various drills on Tuesday afternoon in the WATTS at the program's annual Pro Day. Teams represented were the Cleveland Browns, Kansas City Chiefs, Indianapolis Colts, Miami Dolphins, Buffalo Bills, New Orleans Saints, New England Patriots, San Diego Chargers, Pittsburgh Steelers, Carolina Panthers, Jacksonville Jaquars and New York Giants were in attendance. After the scouts took the players' measurements, the drills began.
Shaw had 24 reps on the bench press while Cook, Stanton and Pratt each had 23. Mady did not bench, but had a 35 at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis two weeks ago. Cook had an impressive vertical jump at 40.5 inches. Shaw and Stanton each had leaps of 34.5 inches, Mady reached 26 inches while Pratt had 25.5 inches.
In the broad jump, Cook had a leap of 10 feet, 3 inches; Shaw checked in 10 feet, 2 inches; Stanton posted a jump of 8 feet, 10 inches and Pratt had a distance of eight feet.
In the 40-yard dash, the players lined up on the goal line. Shaw checked in at 4.73 seconds, Cook produced a 4.78, Mady came in at 5.32 and Pratt had a 5.41. Stanton slowed up after tweaking a hamstring on his first attempt. - YSU football
11/10/12 - Jamaine Cook rushed for 113 yards and two touchdowns and Youngstown State held Western Illinois to 142 yards of offense en route to a 31-7 victory Saturday. Cook eclipsed 100 yards for the 19th time in his career, and his two short touchdown runs gave him 38 career rushing TDs. The Penguins (6-4, 3-4 Missouri Valley) also got rushing touchdowns from Kurt Hess and Torrian Pace while piling up 225 yards on the ground. Western Illinois (3-7, 1-6), which lost its fifth straight, got its only points on a 1-yard run by Hayden Northern in the first quarter. That play was set up by a David McDaniel interception that put the ball on the Penguins' 17-yard-line. The Leathernecks had just 52 yards rushing on 23 carries, and Northern was 10 of 18 passing for 90 yards. Hess completed 14 of 22 passes for 147 yards for Youngstown State. - AP Sports
11/06/12 - NOV 5 MISSOURI VALLEY OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: RB Jamaine Cook, Youngstown State, 5-9, 215, Sr., Cleveland (Ohio) Midpark...Cook rushed for a 203 yards on 42 carries and had a touchdown in the Penguins' 13-10 win over South Dakota. Cook had season-high totals in both carries and yards in the contest. He scored on one-yard run in the third quarter. He moved into third in rushing yards for a career in school history and eclipsed 1,000 yards for the third consecutive season. He had 103 yards on 23 carries in the first half and 90 on 19 totes in the second half. - Missouri Valley football
11/03/12 - Jamaine Cook rushed for a season-high 203 yards and a touchdown and Youngstown State held on to defeat South Dakota 13-10 Saturday. The Penguins (5-4, 2-4 Missouri Valley Conference) led 13-0 after Cook's 1-yard run with 10:28 left in the third quarter. The Coyotes (1-8, 0-6), who had only 88 yards total offense in the first half, finally scored on Kevin Robb's 37-yard field goal later in the period, then on Jasper Sanders' 22-yard run with 10:13 remaining. Youngstown State's defense thwarted the final Coyotes threat with 1:16 left when Aronde Stanton and Josh Fenderson sacked Josh Vander Maten on fourth-and-11 from the South Dakota 41. Cook's 42 rushing attempts were the fourth-highest single-game total in school history. He surpassed 1,000 yards for the third straight season. Kurt Hess tied Youngstown State's career passing touchdowns record of 51 with his 3-yard TD pass to Nate Adams in the first quarter. - AP Sports