Posts Tagged ‘Chris Cook’

Injury roundup: Chiefs lose Charles for season

The injury list in Week 2 starts with Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles, who suffered a season-ending knee injury.

Favre active vs. Cowboys

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre is active for Sunday afternoon’s matchup with the Dallas Cowboys.

Vikings CBs Griffin, Cook active vs. Lions

Vikings cornerbacks Cedric Griffin and Chris Cook will be making their season debuts vs. the Detroit Lions Sunday as both are active.

Vikings’ thin secondary a primary issue vs. Saints

Judging by their final injury report of the week, the Vikings appear poised to face the Saints in Thursday night’s Kickoff Weekend shorthanded in the defensive backfield.

Injury to Cook leaves Vikes’ secondary thin

Chris Cook impressed during preseason, to the point he was considered the favorite to start opposite Antoine Winfield. Now, he’s out at least two weeks with a knee injury that leaves the Vikings’ secondary thin.

Roundup: A look back at Saturday night

It’s the morning after … nine games were on the NFL preseason slate on Saturday night, so let’s take a bullet-point look on thoughts and observations from around the league.

Rookie Cook to get start for Vikings

Another rookie who has landed a starting spot — at least for this week — is Vikings CB Chris Cook.

Roundup: Gilberry could unseat top picks in K.C.

Chiefs coach Todd Haley has called the battle for starting spots along the 3-4 defensive line an “open competition,” fueling the idea that one of the team’s recent top five picks at defensive end — Glenn Dorsey or Tyson Jackson — could be sent to the bench.

Will Vikings suffer a letdown?

What do the Vikings do now?

Brett Favre‘s return to Minnesota seemed like a foregone conclusion. If you thought that Favre was going to retire, you were in the vast minority.

Names to watch in the second round

With day two of the draft, and 66 more picks, in the immediate future, here’s a look at some of the top names still on the board.

Vikings help Lions get better on offense

The Vikings swung a trade with the Lions which may make Detroit better.

And that’s a wrap on the 2010 combine

All of the defensive backs have completed their drills, every scout has left the building and many of the workout areas have been taken down: Consider the 2010 NFL Scouting Combine finished.

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