Cook's status remains 'status quo'

It's been nearly four months since Chris Cook allegedly abused his girlfriend. Vikings general manager Rick Spielman says "nothing has changed since the last time we spoke with him." He says the team is "waiting for the legal process to take its course." But as of now, everything is "status quo."
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It's been nearly four months since Chris Cook allegedly abused his girlfriend. Vikings general manager Rick Spielman says "nothing has changed since the last time we spoke with him." He says the team is "waiting for the legal process to take its course." But as of now, everything is "status quo."

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