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Viking Chris Cook facing 2nd felony charge

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.
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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.

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