Vikings: Veteran Chris Carr to start in place of injured Chris Cook

With defensive back Chris Cook already out for Friday night's game with a concussion, the likely replacement for him is veteran Chris Carr. Carr tells the Pioneer Press that he needs all the reps he can get to be ready for the regular season.
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