Vikings' Cook expected to play Sunday, Robison day-to-day


Cornerback Chris Cook is expected to suit up and play Sunday in the Vikings Week 16 matchup against Houston.

The Pioneer Press reports Cook has recovered fully from a broken arm that sidelined him for six games and is poised to rejoin the lineup.

It's not known yet, however, if Cook will start, or just rotate into coverage.

"Doesn't matter if I start, come in on third down or on special teams," Cook told the Pioneer Press. "I just want to play."

Defensive end Brian Robinson remains day-to-day with a severely sprained shoulder. He was injured last weekend against the Rams. head coach Leslie Frazier says they probably won't know if Robinson will be able to play until Friday.

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