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Denver at Minnesota Wednesday Injury Report


Did not participate: RB Willis McGahee (illness), LB Von Miller (thumb), WR Eddie Royal (toe)

Limited participation: S David Bruton (Achilles), TE Daniel Fells (head)

Full participation: T Ryan Clady (knee)


Out: CB Chris Cook (not injury related)

Did not participate: LB E.J. Henderson (shoulder), RB Adrian Peterson (ankle)

Limited participation: CB Asher Allen (shoulder), G Anthony Herrera (knee), TE Kyle Rudolph (quadriceps)

Full participation: LB Erin Henderson (hamstring), S Jamarca Sanford (shoulder), TE Visanthe Shiancoe (hamstring)

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2 Responses to “Denver at Minnesota Wednesday Injury Report”

  1. Lost Viking says:

    Philadelphia vs. Seahawg.

    Quarterback Michael Vick (ribs), wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (hamstring and shoulder) and cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (ankle) won’t be playing. Vince Young starting at QB.

    Sidney Rice is out for season. Seahawg are slight 2.5 point underdogs.

    Why should Vike fan care about this game? SOS – strength of schedule and Vike and Ram are currently tied in wins and SOS. Seahawg are playing Ram twice so win for Seahawg counts twice in calculation.

    If you want Vike to have shot at Kalil then you have to hold your nose and cheer for VY & Eagle.

  2. Lost Viking says:

    Handle isn’t helping here…

    SEATTLE +3

    One never knows which Philadelphia team will show up but now that the playoffs are nothing but a ‘dream’, it would seem unreasonable to expect a strong effort from this troubled Eagle squad. What started out with great promise is ending on a very bitter note. Philly also has the unenviable task of flying through three time zones on a short week while the Seahawk get to host consecutive games here in Seattle. While the ‘Seahag are among the league’s weaklings, they have been competitive and that is reflected in their recent run of covering seven of past eight when taking points.

    Play: Seattle +3

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