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Broken wrist could end Cook's season

The Vikings enter the second half of the season with a big hole in their secondary. Cornerback Chris Cook broke his wrist in last night’s game and Coach Leslie Frazier says he’s out “indefinitely.”
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The Vikings enter the second half of the season with a big hole in their secondary. Cornerback Chris Cook broke his wrist in last night’s game and Coach Leslie Frazier says he’s out “indefinitely.”

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