ESPN's Courtney Cronin reports holdout Dalvin Cook would "gladly" take an offer in the $13 million-per-year range.
The initial figure reportedly proposed by Cook's camp was close to $16 million annually (similar to Christian McCaffrey's recent extension), but that side has recently dropped their number to just under $15 million. It's still far removed from the Vikings' initial offer of $10 million per year. As Cronin points out, Minnesota signed Stefon Diggs, Xavier Rhodes, Everson Griffen and Linval Joseph to extensions on the eve of camp in recent years, so all hope is not lost. But Cook remains prepared to sit out the season and avoid playing during the final year of his rookie deal — a transgression that would cause the 24-year-old to become a restricted free agent (rather than unrestricted) after the 2020 season. Buckle up. Jun 09 12:01 pm (EST)
- Dalvin Cook will not participate in any team activities until he receives a new contract, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
- NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports Vikings RB Dalvin Cook plans to participate in the team's virtual voluntary offseason program.
- Dalvin Cook believes he is the best running back in football. All Dalvin Cook News
2019 PRESEASON RANKINGS
2019 SEASON STATS
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|Dec 29||L 21 - 19||CHI||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Dec 23||L 23 - 10||GB||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Dec 15||W 39 - 10||@ LAC||9||27||0||3||16||0|
|Dec 08||W 20 - 7||DET||18||62||1||2||13||0|
|Dec 02||L 37 - 30||@ SEA||9||29||1||3||35||0|
|Nov 17||W 27 - 23||DEN||11||26||1||5||31||0|
|Nov 10||W 28 - 24||@ DAL||26||97||1||7||86||0|
|Nov 03||T 0 - 0||@ KC||21||71||0||4||45||0|
|Oct 24||W 19 - 9||WAS||23||98||1||5||73||0|
|Oct 20||W 42 - 30||@ DET||25||142||2||1||7||0|
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