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Vikings’ Dalvin Cook added to Pro Bowl roster, replacing Cowboys’ Tony Pollard

Running back Dalvin Cook is heading to a fourth straight Pro Bowl.

Cook will replace Cowboys running back Tony Pollard, who suffered a broken leg and sprained ankle in Dallas’ playoff loss to San Francisco last weekend. The Vikings running back was initially voted the NFC’s top backup behind Pollard, Saquon Barkley of the Giants and Miles Sanders of the Eagles.

Cook joins the five Vikings players originally voted onto the NFC roster: wide receiver Justin Jefferson, tight end TJ Hockenson, quarterback Kirk Cousins, point carrier Za’Darius Smith and long snapper Andrew DePaola.

For the fourth consecutive season, Cook had at least 1,100 rushing yards from 1,300 scrimmage yards. He reached 10 touchdowns (eight rushing, two receiving) for the third time in his career. With 1,173 rushing yards this season, Cook passed Bill Brown and Chuck Foreman to rank third on the franchise career rushing list with 5,993 yards. He only follows Adrian Peterson and Robert Smith.

The number Cook holds in high esteem is 18 – which represents the games he has played and his first full season after battling injuries in his first five seasons in the NFL.

“That means I was there for my guys,” Cook said, “and my goal was always to finish with those guys. A lot of games I didn’t finish a few years ago, that’s It’s always on your conscience that I could have helped those guys win games, I could have been there to help them, and just being available all year round for those guys means a lot to me.

The reformatted version of the annual All-Star competition will feature various sporting events, culminating in a flag football match at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on February 5.

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