Posted October 27, 2011 on
The Vikings have a couple of distractions swirling around this week between Bernard Berrian’s release and Chris Cook’s legal troubles. Despite dealing with those incidents, their current issues aren't as much compared to last year’s distractions.
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The Minnesota Vikings released wide receiver Bernard Berrian earlier this week because of a bad attitude that accompanied a lack of production and dedication.
1500ESPN.com reported Friday that in addition to indifference about his own play, Berrian did not even pretend he was interested in the team's fortunes.
Berrian was released Tuesday after being inactive for two of...
It was a no-brainer for the Vikings to lay a suspension on Chris Cook, who on Tuesday was formally hit with a felony strangulation charge after … [visit site to read more]Chris Cook Suspended After Being Charged With Felony - The Viking Age - The Viking Age - A Minnesota Vikings Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Minnesota Vikings cornerback Chris Cook plans to claim self-defense as he faces charges stemming from an altercation with his girlfriend.
Attorney David Valentini said at a court hearing Tuesday that Cook would contest two felony charges, which include domestic assault by strangulation and third-degree assault. A criminal complaint said Cook attacked the woman Oct. 22 after she...
Bernard Berrian’s former teammates at wide receiver were trying to move forward after his release and hope that distractions were behind them.
According to Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network, the Minnesota Vikings have released wide receiver Bernard Berrian. The Vikings have kept Berrian inactive lately on game days, due to issues he’s had with the coaching staff. I’m sure it won’t take long for Berrian to get picked up by an NFL team. He’s a proven veteran receiver that [...]
Chris Cook has always been known as a bad apple. However, his latest charge has taken his act to a whole new level. On Tuesday, the cornerback for the Minnesota Vikings was suspended indefinitely after he was charged with felony assault by strangulation.
For trying to choke a B, allegedly of course, faces 36 months in jail. The female in question was Cook’s girlfriend. He’s now...
The Minnesota Vikings released wide receiver Bernard Berrian on Tuesday.
MINNEAPOLIS - Authorities say Minnesota Vikings cornerback Chris Cook allegedly tried to strangle his girlfriend...
Minnesota Vikings cornerback Chris Cook was charged Tuesday with trying to strangle his girlfriend over the weekend, leaving her with a bloody nose and injuries to her neck.
Suspended Minnesota Vikings cornerback Chris Cook has made a court appearance on a felony assault charge alleging he tried to choke his girlfriend during a disagreement over the weekend.
Authorities say Minnesota Vikings cornerback Chris Cook allegedly tried to strangle his girlfriend over the weekend.