Reports say that the Vikings could try to trade star running back Dalvin Cook in the coming weeks as the team's front office continues to re-evaluate its group before the 2023 NFL draft.
The Vikings are looking at "all options" for Cook, who just finished his fourth straight Pro Bowl season.
ESPN's Jeremy Fowler says that one of these choices could be to cut the six-year veteran before the draft
The '23 draft is set to take place from April 27 to April 29, and Fowler says that the 27-year-old is a "name to watch" for a possible move.
"I've been told that all options are on the table, and if things don't work out, [Cook] could be let go," Fowler said on Saturday.
The report from Saturday adds to the growing talk about Cook's future with the Vikings, which has been going on since the end of the '22 season because of his history of injuries and his deal.
Last season, he ran for 1,173 yards and scored eight touchdowns. He also caught 39 passes for 295 yards and two touchdowns.
Cook has three years left on a deal extension he signed in 2020 for five years and $63 million. This coming season, he will count for $14.1 million against the salary cap.