Minnesota Vikings' cornerback Chris Cook, who is facing felony domestic assault charges and was suspended indefinitely by the team for said alleged conduct, is facing three years in jail and a fine. Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier sounded off on the team's best cornerback's situation to the media on Wednesday night [via Fox Sports North]:
"It is something we are highly concerned about and very disturbed about, and any matter that affects our team in a light that we don’t feel is a positive light, we’re going to try and address those situations as soon as we can," Frazier said. "We’ve done that in this case and there could be other things forthcoming as we go forward."
The accusations against Cook are obviously very serious, but there's not much else the Vikings can do to fairly discipline the cornerback until all the facts are straightened out and he receives a fair trial.