Vikings' Cook 'good to go' after aggravating chest injury
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Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook said he'll be "good to go" in Week 14 after aggravating a chest injury in his team's loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Monday night, per Ben Goessling of the Star Tribune.

Cook exacerbated the ailment after fumbling during the third quarter. He quickly returned to the sideline from the locker room but didn't re-enter Minnesota's eventual 37-30 defeat.

The running back was on the injury report during the week due to a chest injury he suffered against the Denver Broncos, and he said he got hit in the same spot against the Seahawks.

Cook added that he could've returned but sat out the rest of the game as a precaution.

The 24-year-old racked up 29 rushing yards, 35 receiving yards, and one touchdown before leaving Monday night's contest.

Cook entered the game fifth in the league in rushing yards (1,017).

Vikings' Cook 'good to go' after aggravating chest injury
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