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Vikings’ Dalvin Cook Says He’ll Be ‘Good To Go’ After Injury On Monday Night Football

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Vikings’ Dalvin Cook Says He’ll Be ‘Good To Go’ After Injury On Monday Night Football

Vikings’ Dalvin Cook Says He’ll Be ‘Good To Go’ After Injury On Monday Night Football

Despite suffering a reported clavicle injury during Monday Night Football, Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook says he’ll be “good to go” for the next game.

Katie Johnston reports.

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