A heated argument in Lynchberg Va. on Sunday lead to the arrest of Vikings cornerback Chris Cook. Cook to become the first arrest for the NFL in 2011. Cook arrested for pulling out a handgun during an argument with a neighbor.
"He lives two houses down from me, we got into an argument, but nobody did anything," Cook told Pioneer Press.
"I told him I wasn't going to fight him. He was just trying to provoke me. There was no gun involved at all," he said.
Cook claims that after riding his bike around the neighborhood was approached by the neighbor and threatened. The neighbor accused him of calling the cops on his brother.
After the arrest the Pioneer Press reported that he wasn't help over the weekend and it wasn't included in his record.
The rookie Cook only played six games for the vikings due to injures reports KSTP. After being drafted second by the vikings, this could spell trouble for Cook.