Zimmer Says Cook Told Him He’d Report to Vikes Camp on Time
EAGAN, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Vikings are expecting running back Dalvin Cook to report on time for training camp.
Coach Mike Zimmer says Cook told him he'd be present in Minnesota next week. Veterans are scheduled to arrive on Tuesday for coronavirus testing.
Cook has begun the final year of his rookie contract. Cook’s agent, Zac Hiller, told ESPN on Saturday that his client has not spoken to Zimmer about reporting to camp.
Cook took a break from the virtual offseason program last month, seeking a new deal. Cook had 1,135 rushing yards and 519 receiving yards in 14 games last year.
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