It sure sounds as though four-time Pro Bowl running back Dalvin Cook is getting close to landing a home for the 2023 NFL season. And according to Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio, that home might be with Aaron Rodgers as a member of the New York Jets.

"The Jets have more interest than most realize, because of running back Breece Hall's ongoing ACL recovery and because they're already gone all in by trading for quarterback Aaron Rodgers. And there's a net gain to being the team that gets him, since that team keeps him away from the other[s]."

The "others" might generally reside in the AFC, with Florio alluding to the Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots.

The Miami Herald's Barry Jackson reported last week that the Dolphins have offered a contract to Cook, while Florio laid out the obvious potential New England connection.

"New England's pursuit of free-agent receiver DeAndre Hopkins has been open and obvious," he wrote. "If they're considering Cook, they're acting in more characteristic fashion, letting their plans not be known to anyone. Owner Robert Kraft has made clear he wants to win a seventh Super Bowl, now . And to the extent that there's an internal back-and-forth about spending , here's a way to prove to everyone that the Patriots can spend, baby."