Dalvin Cook officially ruled out for Sunday

NFL: NOV 28 Vikings at 49ers
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While Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer called Dalvin Cook day-to-day with his shoulder injury, the running back will miss at least one week.

The Vikings have ruled Cook out for Sunday’s game. It doesn’t come as much surprise, as ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Monday that Cook will miss at least two weeks with the shoulder issue.

Cook has rushed for 773 yards with four touchdowns and caught 27 passes for 202 yards in 2021.

The Vikings also ruled out offensive tackle Christian Darrisaw (ankle) and safety Camryn Bynum (ankle).

Linebacker Anthony Barr (knee/hamstring), linebacker Eric Kendricks (biceps), and cornerback Mackenzie Alexander (ribs) are questionable for the game.

5 responses to “Dalvin Cook officially ruled out for Sunday

  1. I can’t think of anybody that thought Cook would be playing for the next 2-3 weeks. But seriously….Barr and Kendricks may be out? After all four defensive lineman were out last week (and most likely both DE’s out for season)? Sounds like another 7 point ballgame coming up.

  2. Well atleast he isn’t faking a toe injury! Eyes looking at the QB named after a girl! 🙄

  3. Too bad he still gets paid. He should be on the commissioner’s exempt list for beating up a woman veteran.

  4. Yeah, without that fake toe injury, he’d probably have the Pack farther ahead of our Vikings than they already are.

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