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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Chris Cook was more than frustrated when he left the field on Oct. 25 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after suffering an arm injury that he thought might wipe out another season.
Cook, two seasons since being the Minnesota Vikings' top pick in the 2010 draft, had already been through plenty, his first two seasons cut short by first injuries and then a legal issue. He wasn't prepared to have another season ended prematurely.
"I was very emotional when it happened, yelling and screaming, cursing," Cook said Wednesday, sitting at his locker with his right forearm free of any cast or brace. "After the surgery and after coming back in here the next couple of days and being around my teammates, it helped me feel better about the situation and knowing that I could come back by the end of the year with this injury it definitely helps a lot."
Cook, who has been out of his cast for about two weeks after breaking the radius bone in his right...
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We've already established this week that the 2012 Minnesota Vikings bye week has been a success. No one was arrested for grab assing a high schooler, no one was caught smuggling drugs across the Mexican border, and Phil Loadholt decided not to eat a human being during the week. Everyone wins! But that doesn't mean people didn't do ANYTHING. As Vikings quarterback Christian...
Not here, but I am assuming you are currently working on that in your own home. Or, if you're lucky and a drunk, you have already poured your finest single malt scotch and are waiting for the Lions to come on TV so that they can lose and finally get booted from this NFC North division "race." You see, I put race in quotes because it's not really a...
Vikings receiver Percy Harvin will not play Sunday against the Bears. SOURCE: Jason La Canfora, CBSSports.comFantasy Spin:Harvin missed Week 10 and still wasn't able to get healthy during the Vikings' bye week. He still hasn't practiced and now you have to wonder if he'll even be able to return for Week 13 at Green Bay.
Vikings WR Percy Harvin still hasn’t practiced since spraining his left ankle on Nov. 4.
Vikings WR Percy Harvin is ready to test his sprained ankle in hopes of playing Sunday after two weeks off.
Last week: 15 (-1)
The Vikings aren’t sure which Bears QB they will face, but there is a discernible difference in their performances this year. We look at their performances so far and get input from Leslie Frazier and Jared Allen.
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By DAVE CAMPBELL AP Pro Football Writer The Minnesota Vikings must play perhaps their best yet this season to emerge from the last six games with a playoff spot, let alone a winning record.
The defensive line will have a big part in this.
They visit Chicago on Sunday and Green Bay the week after, facing the NFC North co-leaders...