There’s an old saying. Something ‘When you reach the bottom, there’s nowhere to go but up.’ That could describe the kind of offseason Connor Cook had for the Raiders. The third year quarterback was having trouble making even the simplest of passes. And when he tried to do more, he’d often get intercepted.
Training camp didn’t start out any better, but to his credit, he has shown some improvement since then.
It didn’t happen overnight. He had an interception on the first day, along with EJ Manuel, and up until that first scrimmage practice with the Lions on Tuesday, none of them had thrown an interception.
That first scrimmage, Derek Carr had his first interception of camp and Manuel had three. But Connor Cook had none. In the process, he continued to show improved am talent and touch on his passes.


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