Raiders tight end Jared Cook attended his first Pro Bowl after his 10th NFL season, replacing Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce in the annual all-star showcase.
Cook led the Raiders with a career-high 896 receiving yards and six touchdowns. He finished fourth among tight ends in receiving yards and tied for fourth in touchdowns. Kelce and Colts tight end Eric Ebron were initially named as the AFC’s Pro Bowl tight ends, with Kelce amassing 1,336 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns, and Ebron tallying 750 receiving yards and a league-high 13 touchdowns among tight ends.
However, after arriving to Orlando, Florida to attend his first Pro Bowl practice with his teammates. Raiders TE Jared Cook told Mike Brodsky of Vegas Sports Daily, when he arrived to The Orlando International Airport (MCO).
“My shoes were stolen from a TSA agent, that is worth a whole lot of money.”
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— Vegas Sports Daily (@LVSportsDaily) January 23, 2019
TSA responded via Twitter.
This deeply concerns us. We take these allegations very seriously. Pls click the link below to DM more details. https://t.co/wLxp0Wphg9
— AskTSA (@AskTSA) January 23, 2019
Tomm Looney of Fox Sports chimed in via Twitter with great advice for the TSA.
Dear TSA workers: If there is a government shutdown, and everyone is focused on the TSA… try not to rip off famous people’s shit ! https://t.co/6V3euobwd0
— LOONEY ! (@LooneyonFox) January 23, 2019
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