Vikings' Cook on shoulder injury: 'I'll be all right'

11:06 PM ET

SEATTLE — Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook suffered an injury to his right shoulder in the third quarter of Monday night’s 37-30 loss to the Seattle Seahawks and did not return.

Cook was injured on the first play of the Vikings’ second drive after halftime. Upon receiving a hand-off at the 8:56 mark, Seattle defensive end Rasheem Green punched the ball free from Cook’s arm, forcing a fumble. Cook was tripped up and fell to the ground, where he remained for several minutes and looked to be in severe pain while being tended to by athletic trainers on the field.

“He just hit me right on what I had when we played the Broncos,” Cook said. “He hit me right on it when he went to punch for the ball. It was kind of like a different feeling. It was different. But he got me in a good spot.”

Cook took a hit to the same area ahead of halftime on a play where he notched his first of two fumbles.

“It’s a weird injury that I’ve got,” he said. “It’s kind of like when I land in an awkward spot, it hurts.

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