College: Florida State | Rookie
Height: 5'10" | Weight: 210 lbs
Birth Date: 8/10/1995
2018 Bye Week: 10
Total Pts: 53
Avg Pts: 3.31
Rank: 64 RB
|Week 1||13||Dalvin Cook 137 rush and rec yds (13 pts)|
|Week 2||6||Dalvin Cook 64 rush and rec yds (6 pts)|
|Week 3||22||Dalvin Cook 169 rush and rec yds (16 pts)|
Dalvin Cook 1 rushing TD (6 pts)
. . . Dalvin Cook 1 yd rushing TD
|Week 4||12||Dalvin Cook 74 rush and rec yds (7 pts)|
Dalvin Cook 1 rushing TD (6 pts)
. . . Dalvin Cook 5 yd rushing TD
Dalvin Cook 1 fumble lost (-1 pts)
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Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook (knee) is ahead of schedule in his rehabilitation process. Head coach Mike Zimmer believes Cook will see work during organized team activities, but he will be limited in training camp.
Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer said running back Dalvin Cook (knee) is ahead of schedule in his rehab and is expected to get some work in at organized team activities. However, he'll be limited until training camp. "We're excited about where he's at," Zimmer said. Assuming the 22-year-old doesn't have any setbacks, he should be ready for Week 1 as the team's main ball carrier. Cook looked great in four games his rookie season before his serious knee injury, carrying the ball 74 times for 354 yards (4.8 yards per carry) and two touchdowns. Behind a solid offensive line, Cook is a lock for RB1 status.
Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (knee) should be a full participant in training camp in late July. He tore his ACL in his left knee in Week 4 last October in his rookie season, but he has been doing some on-field work during offseason workouts. "Really, Dalvin's knocked the rehab out of the park," athletic trainer Eric Sugarman said. "He's done a great job. He's been here every day since the injury occurred post-surgery. … He'll participate in (organized team activities and minicamp) on a limited basis. … Then the plan is for him, hopefully when he gets to training camp … he'll be a participant just like everybody else." It's a great sign that Cook is already working out on the field, and he should be 100 percent by late summer, barring any setbacks. Cook was on his way to being an RB1 value for fantasy owners in his rookie season, and he'll be drafted as such as the focal point of the backfield in 2018.
Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook (knee) has been doing some work on the field since spring drills began April 16, and athletic trainer Eric Sugarman confirmed Cook's recovery from a torn left ACL in Week 4 last season is going well. 'Dalvin has knocked the rehab out of the park. He has done a great job. He has been here every day since the injury occurred post-surgery. He will participate in (organized team activities and minicamp) on a limited basis. ? Hopefully when he gets to training camp ? he will be a participant just like everybody else,' Sugarman said.
Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook (knee) is ahead of schedule in his rehab, according to head coach Mike Zimmer. Cook will do some work, but not everything, in organized team activities.
Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer said running back Dalvin Cook (knee) is going to be "pretty close" to being ready for organized team activities. Everything looks to be on track in Cook's recovery, and he should be good to go for the 2018 regular season. In four games in his rookie season before he suffered the injury, Cook was impressing with 74 carries, 354 yards (4.8 yards per carry) and two touchdowns. Assuming everything goes well in his recovery over the summer, Cook will enter 2018 as a strong RB1 choice, especially if the Vikings land Washington Redskins impending free-agent quarterback Kirk Cousins.
Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook (knee) has 'progressed nicely' from his knee surgery, general manager Rick Spielman said Thursday, Feb. 1, and Spielman said Cook could have the same success that Arizona Cardinals RB Adrian Peterson had coming off his knee surgery in 2012.
Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (knee) is on schedule to return in 2018, according to general manager Rick Spielman. In his rookie season, the second-round pick tore his ACL in Week 4 and missed the rest of the year. "He's progressed very nicely," Spielman said of Cook. "I talked to [Director of Sports Medicine/Head Athletic Trainer] Eric Sugarman yesterday when we got back in town, and we don't see any reason where he's not going to be where Adrian Peterson was when he came off his knee [injury]." Cook managed 354 yards on 74 carries (4.8 yards per carry) and had two touchdowns before his knee injury. The rookie showed plenty of promise in Minnesota's backfield, and he should once again be on the RB1 radar in 2018 regardless of who is under center for the Vikes.
Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (knee) has resumed jogging, but he doesn't have a set plan for returning to football activities. Cook tore his ACL after just four games in his rookie season, but before the injury he proved effective, running 74 times for 354 yards (4.8 yards per carry) and two touchdowns. If fully healthy for the 2018 season, he should be Minnesota's lead back, but he may have to share touches with Latavius Murray on early downs.
Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook (knee) said he is able to do some jogging but does not have a timetable for when he will return to football activities.