Vikings' Dalvin Cook reportedly holding out until he gets 'reasonable extension'

Cam Ellis
NBC Sports Chicago

Well here's some interesting NFC North news for your Monday evening. 

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Vikings Pro Bowl running back Dalvin Cook will reportedly hold out of all team activities until he gets a new contract: 

Schefter's source claims that, 'no longer will participate in any team-related activities until and unless he receives what he determines to be a "reasonable' deal:"

"He's out," a source told ESPN. "Without a reasonable extension, he will not be showing up for camp or beyond."

Cook is a huge part of the Vikings' offense, putting up 1,135 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns in 2019. The second-round pick in 2017 is currently going into the final season of his four-year, $6.35 million contract. Schefter's report mentions that the two sides have not spoken since last week and do not have any further talks scheduled. He' reportedly looking to be in the ballpark of Houston's David Johnson, who makes $13 million a year. 

Vikings' Dalvin Cook reportedly holding out until he gets 'reasonable extension' originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

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