Vikings RB Cook questionable against Cardinals
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EAGAN, Minn. — Battling through the ups and downs of a hamstring injury that sidelined him for two games in the first five weeks, Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook remains focused on getting back to full health.
After practicing in full on Thursday, the first time he was able to go through an entire session since injuring his left hamstring in Green Bay on Sept. 16, Cook was back to being limited on Friday. He is officially listed as questionable for Sunday’s home game against the Arizona Cardinals.
Cook says he feels “way better” now compared to where he was nearly a month ago but still considers himself “day-to-day.”
“That’s the tricky thing with these hamstrings,” the running back said. “It’s more of a ‘feel’ thing and I’m just trying to feel through it each and every day.”
The frustrations of coming back from a left ACL tear that cut his rookie season short only to have a new injury in the same leg force him to miss time haven’t caused Cook to lose sight of his goal. Though he aims to add to his 2018 production of 36 carries for 98 yards, Cook believes