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Sunday, November 16, 2014

Vikings Injury Report: Kyle Rudolph, Jerick McKinnon, Chase Ford

By on 11/16/2014 08:45:00 AM

The Minnesota Vikings are very healthy coming off their Week 10 bye, with only five players even listed on their Friday injury report. Ahead of Sunday's game on the road against the Chicago Bears, here's a look at the Vikings' injury report for Week 11. 

Tight end Kyle Rudolph (abdomen/groin) is listed as probable after practicing fully on Thursday and Friday. He has not played since being sidelined in Week 3, and he has been working his way back from sports hernia surgery.

Tight end Chase Ford (foot) is also listed as probable after practicing fully all week. Ford has been on the injury report with this foot issue in recent weeks, but he has not missed any games due to the injury and he'll suit up again on Sunday.

Running back Jerick McKinnon showed up on Thursday's practice report with a lower back issue, but he practiced fully on Friday and is listed as probable. For what it's worth, head coach Mike Zimmer said McKinnon is fine.

Offensive tackle Mike Harris (ankle) was a late addition to Minnesota's injury report after he sat out Friday's practice, and he is listed as questionable.

Rookie defensive end Scott Crichton (hip) was limited in Friday's practice, and he is listed as questionable. With the depth the Vikings' have along the defensive line, Crichton looks likely to be inactive.

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