Dalvin Cook Responds To Minnesota Vikings Controversy
Davin Cook responded to the controversy surrounding his relationship with the Minnesota Vikings. At the moment, the nature of that relationship remains somewhat unclear as both parties progress towards next year.
Speaking to the Pioneer Press, Cook revealed that he considers him the best running back in the game.
From today’s paper, #Vikings RB Dalvin Cook says he’s the “best back” in the NFL and wants to remain “long term” in Minnesota. The Vikings are in talks to potentially sign him to a long-term extension. https://t.co/sGb1u9m3Mn
— Chris Tomasson (@christomasson) April 10, 2020
“I consider myself the best back in the game,” he said.
“The things I do coming out of the backfield, the things I do in between the tackles, I block, I pretty much do it all. I don’t have to come off the field.”
Cook also spoke about his relationship with the Vikings.
“I definitely love Minnesota,” Cook said previously.
“I love everything the state has to bring. Being a kid, I was drafted from Miami, so I didn’t know what I was getting myself into. I actually am happy where I’m at, and I would like to be in Minnesota long term.”
Last year Cook amassed 1,135 yards and 13 touchdowns on 250 carries.
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