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Dalvin Cook goes down after big hit in Week 11, walks off under own power

The Cowboys got a big turnover and Dalvin Cook was shaken up.

Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (33) rushes the ball against the Chicago Bears during the fourth quarter at Soldier Field. Mike Dinovo-USA TODAY Sports

In-game update: Cook returned with five rushing attempts on the Vikings first drive of the third quarter. He would appear to be OK.

3rd quarter update: Cook came out of the halftime locker room with his helmet and looks like he’s good to go, per Andrew Krammer.

UPDATE: Cook spoke with the Vikings head team physician who eventually walked away, per Tom Pelissero. The doctor walking away and Cook sitting on his own would seem to be a good sign.

The Minnesota Vikings have turned the ball over after a bone-crunching hit caused Dalvin Cook to fumble the ball. Cook caught a pass from Kirk Cousins, and as he turned upfield, Cowboys defensive back Donovan Wilson hit him hard and popped the ball loose. The Cowboys recovered and lead 13-6 as halftime approaches.

Cook was eventually able to get up and walk off under his own power. He was on the sideline with trainers and will likely get looked over in the locker room at halftime.