Vikings activated CB Chris Cook (broken arm) from short-term injured reserve.
Vikings CB Chris Cook is expected to return from his broken arm in Week 16 against the Texans.
Vikings coach Leslie Frazier is hopeful that CB Chris Cook (broken arm) will be healthy enough to play in Week 16 against the Texans.
Vikings RCB Chris Cook (broken arm, I.R.) practiced Thursday on the first day he was eligible to participate.
Vikings placed RCB Chris Cook (broken right arm) on injured reserve with the "designated for return" tag.
Updating a previous item, Vikings RCB Chris Cook fractured his right arm in Thursday night's Week 8 loss to the Bucs, and is likely done for the season.
Updating a previous item, Vikings RCB Chris Cook suffered a broken right wrist in Thursday night's loss to the Bucs.
Vikings RCB Chris Cook left Thursday night's game against the Bucs with a right wrist injury and will not return.
Coach Leslie Frazier believes RCB Chris Cook has "really taken a leap over the last two or three weeks."
Vikings RCB Chris Cook exited Sunday's game with a second-quarter stinger.
ESPN 1500 Twin Cities suggests the Vikings may use RCB Chris Cook to shadow Justin Blackmon in Sunday's opener.
Vikings RCB Chris Cook suffered a concussion in last Friday's win over the Bills.
ESPN 1500 Minneapolis believes Vikings RCB Chris Cook could be called on to shadow No. 1 receivers this season.
Opposing quarterbacks produced a 126.6 passer rating versus the Vikings in 10 games without Chris Cook compared to a 78.6 rating in six games with the talented cornerback in the lineup last season.