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Vikings cornerback Chris Cook will now answer to a second felony assault charge. The Star Tribune reports the woman who accuses Cook of choking her now claims she suffered hearing loss after the alleged attack. Cook is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday before Hennepin County District Judge Robert Small.
Vikings cornerback Chris Cook, who missed the final 10 games of 2011 as he battled a felony domestic assault charge, tells Fox Sports North he has work to do in the offseason to earn the trust of his teammates again.
Leslie Frazier will be making sure all-pro defensive end Jared Allen isn't overused this season. "We're going to make a concerted effort to try to get him off the field at times," Allen played 90 percent of the team's snaps last season. Meanwhile, Greg Childs and Chris Cook were the standouts of Thursday's practice.
Two important starters sat out of Vikings practice on Sunday with concussion-like symptoms. Tight end Kyle Rudolph and defensive back Chris Cook were banged up in Friday's preseason win over the Bills, and while test results have been positive, the team won't risk any unnecessary contact.
The Vikings cornerback missed the final 10 games of the 2011 season while facing felony domestic assault charges. A jury acquitted Chris Cook in March after a high-profile trial and he returned to the team's roster. He tells the Star Tribune, "I think about my actions before I actually act on them. And I appreciate what I have now way more than I did before. I can't take this for granted."