Dalvin Cook returns to a full practice
6 days ago - By Pro Football Talk
For the first time since Sept. 17, Vikings running back Dalvin Cook went through a full practice. Cook was limited in Wednesday's session. Cook has missed two of the past three games with an ankle injury and played less than 100 percent in Week 4. He did not practice last week and sat out Sunday's
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