Look out NFC South, Drew Brees has a tight end again.

After the reign of terror Brees and Jimmy Graham had on the division years ago before New Orleans traded Graham to the Seahawks, opposing defenses are surely fearing the Saints' new addition in Jared Cook and what the tight end can do alongside the future Hall of Fame quarterback.

Now, details regarding Cook's contract in New Orleans have been revealed, and the tight end is set to earn $15.5 million over two years with $8 million of it guaranteed.

Cook had a huge year in Oakland in 2018 despite the Raiders' problems as a collective unit, totaling nearly 900 receiving yards and six touchdowns.

Looking at this production and then thinking about how Brees is set to replace Derek Carr as the tight end's quarterback, there are no limits to imagining how much havoc the Saints' offense could wreck upon the NFC, and that's a terrifying thought for New Orleans' rivals. 

After their controversial loss in the NFC Championship, the Saints will be out for blood in 2019, and this signing only reaffirms that Sean Payton's squad isn't messing around.

While the team did lose Mark Ingram this offseason, signing Malcom Brown and Cook amongst other players has allowed New Orleans to somehow get even better, making the team a surefire Super Bowl contender in 2019.