The San Francisco 49ers added another player to their secondary by signing former Minnesota Vikings corner back Chris Cooks. This move pretty much secured the parting of ways between the 49ers and Tarell Brown. The 49ers got younger and more athletic in their secondary by adding Cooks. At 27 years old and full of untapped potential, Cook is a trademark Trent Baalke signing. Cook...
The San Francisco 49ers are poised to sign Vikings cornerback Chris Cook, yet another former fledgling high-round draft pick, The Sacramento Bee’s Matt Barrows wrote Friday. The deal is reportedly good for one year. The 6-foot-2, 212-pound Cook, drafted 34th overall in 2010, is coming off four disappointing seasons with the Vikings in which he totaled zero interceptions and 101...
I think the majority of Minnesota Vikings fan can agree that one player they hope to see less of this upcoming season, other than Christian Ponder, is Chris Cook. Cook was drafted in the second round of the 2010 draft in hopes that he would make a big impact in the secondary. In 2013, however, Cook took a huge step backward in his development and was picked on by opposing teams whenever...
Minnesota Vikings cornerback Chris Cook has been fined $26,250 for contact with an official, per NFL guidelines. Cook told reporters Wednesday his agent has filed an appeal with the league. He said he realizes he has to keep his composure in those situations and added a ''guarantee it will not happen again.'' Cook was upset in the third quarter Sunday, accusing Chicago wide receiver...
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December 05, 2013 | Discuss
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Chris Cook learned of his fine from the NFL on Wednesday for contact with an official in Sunday's win against Chicago and immediately appealed the 26,250 fine. Cook was ejected Sunday after touching an official following a touchdown by Bears receiver Alshon Jeffery, who went over the top of Cook to make the athletic play. "I kind of touched his arm but it...
Minnesota Vikings cornerback Chris Cook has been ejected against Chicago for making contact with an official. Cook was in coverage on Alshon Jeffery when the Bears wide receiver jumped over Cook for a 46-yard touchdown pass at the front corner of the end zone. Cook confronted side judge Laird Hayes and appeared to inadvertently hit Hayes as he motioned with his arm. Cook was called...
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December 01, 2013 | Discuss
Chris Cook was ejected from Sunday’s Minnesota Vikings-Chicago Bears game after pushing a referee during the third quarter. Cook appeared to be upset after Alshon Jeffery scored on a 46-yard touchdown catch, and he reacted by putting his hands on official Laird Hayes. He was penalized 15 yards for unsportsmanlike conduct and ejected from the […]
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