Dalvin Cook will be in a new city by the time Week 1 rolls around, but what city that is and what logo he'll be sporting on his helmet has yet to be determined. Back in early June, the Vikings officially cut ties with the star running back after six seasons in Minnesota. The move primarily had to do with money, as the Vikings — who are now slated to feature Alexander Mattison — saved $9 million in cap space with this transaction. Now, Cook is looking to not only ink a new deal, but land in a situation where he can maximize his talent. 

NFL Network insider Tom Pelissero told the "Rich Eisen Show" on Tuesday that Cook has multiple offers on the table from prospective teams and he expects Cook to "command a significant contract." While Cook could technically sign a deal with a team at any moment, Pelissero did note that his camp may not look at the start of training camp as a firm deadline and could simply wait out the market until the right deal comes along. 

Cook has made the Pro Bowl in each of the last four seasons, and has rushed for at least 1,135 yards in each of those four campaigns. He's the only NFL player to rush for 1,110-plus yards in each of the last four years. In 2022, Cook played a full season for the first time in his career and rushed for 1,173 yards and eight touchdowns while averaging 4.4 yards per carry. Since 2019, Cook has the third-most rushing yards (5,024), second-most rushing touchdowns (43) and second-most rushing first downs (258). He leaves the Vikings as the franchise's third-leading rusher with 5,993 yards, trailing only Robert Smith and Adrian Peterson. His 47 rushing touchdowns rank fourth in Vikings history. 

Clearly, Cook still has plenty left in the tank and teams appear to be lining up for his services now that he's on the open market. With that in mind, let's check out five potential landing spots for one of the best running backs in the NFL.