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Dalvin Cook, Vikings Agree to a 5-Year Extension

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Dalvin Cook and the Minnesota Vikings have agreed to a 5-year, $63 million extension, according to Tom Pelissero and multiple media reports:

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the deal pays him $12.5 million per year, and the Vikings restructured Eric Kendricks‘ contract in order to make room for Cook:

This deal comes 24 hours before the Vikings take on the Green Bay Packers at U.S. Bank Stadium, and the same day that Alvin Kamara signed an extension with the New Orleans Saints for five years, $75 million.

Stay tuned to Zone Coverage for breakdowns and reactions of the Cook signing, as well as analysis and film study on the Packers game.

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