Injuries bugging Vikings' secondary

The last thing the Vikings need to deal with is injuries to its secondary, but that's exactly what the team is dealing with. Chris Cook is back from a concussion, but rookie Josh Robinson just suffered one of his own. Safety Mistral Raymond and three other members of the secondary are out as well.
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