CM – Dalvin Cook the Vikings active for Browns Game


Vikings running back Dalvin Cook was active on Sunday and ready to take Cleveland in the U.S. Bank Stadium after missing a game with an ankle injury.

Cook was considered questionable but trained all week and was optimistic that he would play. Cook was injured in a 34:33 loss in Arizona on September 19 and suspended a 30:17 home win against Seattle on September 26.

Also active for the Vikings against the Browns was nose tackle Michael Pierce, who was classified as questionable with elbow and shoulder injuries. Linebacker Anthony Barr, who is questionable with a knee injury, and cornerback Kris Boyd, who is questionable with a hamstring injury, were inactive, however.

Also inactive for the Vikings were wide receiver Ihmir Smith-Marsette, who was out on Friday with a toe injury, quarterback Kellen Mond, guard Wyatt Davis, defensive tackle James Lynch and defensive end Patrick Jones II.

Rookie tackle Christian Darrisaw was active for the Vikings for the first time after missing the first three games of the season due to a groin injury. He should support the left Rashod Hill and maybe play in special teams.

Barr missed his fourth straight game this season and the 18th straight that goes back to last season. He broke out of the last 14 games of 2002 due to a shoulder injury.

The Vikings picked cornerback Parry Nickerson and Dakota Dozier out of their training team for Sunday’s game on Saturday. Nickerson will be providing depth with Boyd, and Dozier will be the primary reserve watch when Davis is idle.

Inactive for the Browns were cornerback Greg Newsome II, defensive end Ifeadi Odengbo, center Michael Dunn, tackle Chris Hubbard and defensive Tommy Togiai.
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