What will the Vikings do with Cook?

The Vikings' secondary is in dire need of a talented players. Who will those players be? Nobody will know until free-agency begins and the draft concludes. Embattled cornerback Chris Cook could be back with the team, but nobody knows if his legal trouble will allow him on the field.
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The Vikings' secondary is in dire need of a talented players. Who will those players be? Nobody will know until free-agency begins and the draft concludes. Embattled cornerback Chris Cook could be back with the team, but nobody knows if his legal trouble will allow him on the field.

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