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  • Tue., May. 26, 2015 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM CDT Green Bay Packers Blood Drive

    Green Bay Packers Blood Drive

    Sponsor code – Packers

  • Wed., May. 27, 2015 8:00 AM CDT Mentor-Protégé Program Training Camp The Green Bay Packers Mentor-Protégé Program will hold its next training camp session on Wednesday, May 27, at 8 a.m. at the Legends Club in the Lambeau Field Atrium.
  • Thu., May. 28, 2015 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM CDT Organized Team Activities (OTAs) Three of the Packers’ upcoming OTA practices will be open to the public at Clarke Hinkle Field.

    The three open practices, weather permitting, will take place on May 28, June 2 and June 10. All practices are scheduled to begin at 11:30 a.m.

  • Thu., May. 28, 2015 1:35 PM - 2:05 PM CDT Live Mike McCarthy press conf.

    Head Coach Mike McCarthy available in Media Auditorium

  • Sun., May. 31, 2015 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM CDT Packers Coaching School

    The Green Bay Packers are set to host the team’s second annual “Green Bay Packers Coaching School” at Lambeau Field on Sunday, May 31, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    The complimentary coaching school has a curriculum exclusively designed for youth football coaches, and can accommodate a maximum of 300 coaches. The event will feature innovative classroom sessions in the Lambeau Field Atrium, as well as on-field football instruction from top local high school and youth football coaches in the Don Hutson Center.

  • Tue., Jun. 02, 2015 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM CDT Organized Team Activities (OTAs) Three of the Packers’ upcoming OTA practices will be open to the public at Clarke Hinkle Field.

    The three open practices, weather permitting, will take place on May 28, June 2 and June 10. All practices are scheduled to begin at 11:30 a.m.

Front Office

Glenn Cook
Pro Scout

Biography

Glenn Cook enters his third year with the Packers’ pro personnel department in 2014. He joined the team on May 23, 2012, as a pro scout.

The 29-year-old Cook came to Green Bay from Indianapolis, where he worked as a scouting assistant for the Colts from June 2011 until he joined the Packers. Prior to his arrival in Indianapolis, Cook served as a graduate assistant coach in 2011 at his alma mater, the University of Miami (Fla.), where he assisted with the Hurricanes’ linebackers and defensive line. He also assisted with recruiting and broke down game film as a volunteer with Miami in 2010.

Cook was a four-year letterman (2004-06, 2008) for the Hurricanes at linebacker, appearing in 47 games with 17 starts during his career. He recorded 185 tackles (96 solo), including 23½ tackles for a loss, 16 quarterback pressures, two sacks, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and five passes defensed. Cook scored two touchdowns during his career on fumble recoveries at Georgia Tech (2006) and at Texas A&M (2008).

Cook was one of three team captains as a senior in ’08 and paced the team with a career-high 76 tackles (44 solo), including eight stops for a loss. He started all 13 games at middle linebacker and received the Plumer Memorial Award (leadership, motivation, spirit) and Dale Melching Award (leadership) at the team’s awards banquet at the conclusion of the season.

Cook missed the entire 2007 season due to a foot injury sustained on the second day of training camp. As a junior in ’06, he started 11 games and posted 64 tackles (32 solo), including four tackles for a loss, seven QB pressures and two passes defensed on his way to being named the team’s Linebacker of the Year.

Cook earned a B.A. in marketing and management at Miami and also holds a master’s degree from the school in sport administration.

Born in Miami, Cook attended Chaminade-Madonna College Prep in Hollywood, Fla., where he teamed with New York Giants LB Jon Beason and Philadelphia Eagles CB Cary Williams to help lead the team to the state championship game in 2002. Cook was rated the No. 26 linebacker in the nation by SuperPrep and was named to the Florida Top 100 by the Orlando Sentinel. As a junior in 2001, he registered 85 tackles, including 10 for a loss, and five sacks. Cook also was a center fielder for the baseball team.

After not being selected in the 2009 NFL Draft, Cook was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 46th round of the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft. He went on to appear in 34 games for the Cubs’ rookie-league team in Mesa, Ariz., in 2009.

Cook is single and resides in Green Bay. He enjoys spending time with his family, playing the piano and golfing.

Glenn Cook enters his third year with the Packers’ pro personnel department in 2014. He joined the team on May 23, 2012, as a pro scout.

The 29-year-old Cook came to Green Bay from Indianapolis, where he worked as a scouting assistant for the Colts from June 2011 until he joined the Packers. Prior to his arrival in Indianapolis, Cook served as a graduate assistant coach in 2011 at his alma mater, the University of Miami (Fla.), where he assisted with the Hurricanes’ linebackers and defensive line. He also assisted with recruiting and broke down game film as a volunteer with Miami in 2010.

Cook was a four-year letterman (2004-06, 2008) for the Hurricanes at linebacker, appearing in 47 games with 17 starts during his career. He recorded 185 tackles (96 solo), including 23½ tackles for a loss, 16 quarterback pressures, two sacks, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and five passes defensed. Cook scored two touchdowns during his career on fumble recoveries at Georgia Tech (2006) and at Texas A&M (2008).

Cook was one of three team captains as a senior in ’08 and paced the team with a career-high 76 tackles (44 solo), including eight stops for a loss. He started all 13 games at middle linebacker and received the Plumer Memorial Award (leadership, motivation, spirit) and Dale Melching Award (leadership) at the team’s awards banquet at the conclusion of the season.

Cook missed the entire 2007 season due to a foot injury sustained on the second day of training camp. As a junior in ’06, he started 11 games and posted 64 tackles (32 solo), including four tackles for a loss, seven QB pressures and two passes defensed on his way to being named the team’s Linebacker of the Year.

Cook earned a B.A. in marketing and management at Miami and also holds a master’s degree from the school in sport administration.

Born in Miami, Cook attended Chaminade-Madonna College Prep in Hollywood, Fla., where he teamed with New York Giants LB Jon Beason and Philadelphia Eagles CB Cary Williams to help lead the team to the state championship game in 2002. Cook was rated the No. 26 linebacker in the nation by SuperPrep and was named to the Florida Top 100 by the Orlando Sentinel. As a junior in 2001, he registered 85 tackles, including 10 for a loss, and five sacks. Cook also was a center fielder for the baseball team.

After not being selected in the 2009 NFL Draft, Cook was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 46th round of the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft. He went on to appear in 34 games for the Cubs’ rookie-league team in Mesa, Ariz., in 2009.

Cook is single and resides in Green Bay. He enjoys spending time with his family, playing the piano and golfing.