Source -- Minnesota Vikings' Dalvin Cook (ankle) unlikely for Sunday vs. Seattle Seahawks

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A source revealed to ESPN's Adam Schefter that there was less confidence that Dalvin Cook, the Minnesota Vikings' running back, would be able to play in Sunday's home match against the Seattle Seahawks.

Cook was listed as "questionable" and missed all of practice this week due to the injury. Cook was receiving hours of treatment on Saturday to try and make it back. However, it was thought that it was "unlikely" that he would play, according to a source.

Cook was hurt with 9:52 left in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s 34-33 loss against the Arizona Cardinals. He was tackled low and sustained a broken leg by J.J. Watt. Cook was temporarily replaced by Alexander Mattison, but he returned to the Vikings' final two games.

Cook was able to run 131 yards in 22 carries.

Sunday will be the first time that U.S. Bank Stadium has hosted a game in 636 days.