Monday is decision day for Chris Cook

Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier told KFAN radio Wednesday that the team will have a resolution of some sort for Chris Cook on Monday. The Vikings have two more weeks to either cut the troubled cornerback or reinstate him to the team.
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Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier told KFAN radio Wednesday that the team will have a resolution of some sort for Chris Cook on Monday. The Vikings have two more weeks to either cut the troubled cornerback or reinstate him to the team.

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