Minnesota Vikings cornerback Chris Cook was arrested Saturday evening in Lynchburg, Virginia, WSET-TV reports.
Cook, a Lynchburg native, was taken into custody shortly after 5:30pm on Saturday has been charged with brandishing a handgun during a fight with another man.
A 2010 second-round pick (34th overall) out of the University of Virginia, Cook (6-2, 212) was limited by knee injuries during his rookie season, starting five of his six games and totaling 21 tackles and a pair of passes defensed before he was placed on injured reserve in December.
As Michael C. Wright of ESPNChicago.com points out, "no personal conduct policy, no worries".
Players are not subject to the NFL's personal conduct policy during a lockout, which was put in place less than 18 hours before Cook's arrest.