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Vikings spin to Latavius Murray after losing Dalvin Cook

Mike Zimmer was prepared for a bad news on Dalvin Cook, and after he got it, a Vikings manager began looking forward. What now?

“I cruise a biggest thing was Dalvin had unimaginable big-play ability in a lot of opposite ways,” Zimmer said, around quotes distributed by a team. “We are going to have to continue to demeanour for some-more ways to exercise some large plays in a offense, probably.”

The Vikings have free-agent pickup Latavius Murray and Jerick McKinnon. Murray played 19 snaps and had 7 carries for 21 yards Sunday, while McKinnon played 10 snaps and had dual carries for no yards.

Murray, who had 1,000-yard deteriorate for a Raiders in 2015, expected carries a bulk of a load. He had offseason ankle surgery, and Zimmer doubtful Murray’s criticism after a diversion that his ankle isn’t 100 percent.

“I cruise we misconstrued what he said, since we talked to him about it and he pronounced that no one is unequivocally 100 percent,” Zimmer said. “Any time we have medicine on something, you’re never going to be 100 percent. But he pronounced he’s prepared to go, and we are prepared to have him go.”

The Vikings will cruise signing another using back, Zimmer said. They have Bronson Hill on a use squad, and fullback C.J. Ham also can play tailback.

Cook will have medicine on his ripped ACL once a flourishing goes down, Zimmer said, and will finish his earnest rookie deteriorate on harmed reserve.

“He’s a good kid,” Zimmer said. “Extremely tender with all he’s done, to this point. It’s, obviously, a terrible thing for him and for us. We’ll pierce brazen and go on from there. He’s a good workman and we have no doubt that he’ll come behind from this.”

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