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Initial Week 4 Injury Report Released

Posted by Mike Wobschall on October 1, 2009 – 3:46 pm

The Vikings and Packers have released their initial injur reports for Week 4, and there’s a lot to break down on each of them.

For the Vikings, 9 players appear on the report, including QB Brett Favre (foot), LB E.J. Henderson (shoulder) and G Steve Hutchinson (back). Hutchinson did not participate in practice on Thursday, while Favre and Henderson were limited.

Also not participating in practice on Thursday was WR Darius Reynaud (hamstrinig). Other limited participants were CB Cedric Griffin (hand), LB Erin Henderson (calf), TE Jim Kleinsasser (hand), P Chris Kluwe (illness) and FB Fahu Tahi (back).

Green Bay has 7 players listed on the injury report, including 2 players – S Atari Bigby (knee) and RB Brandon Jackson (ankle) – who are already listed as out for Sunday’s game.

Other players on the Packers injury report are OT Chad Clifton (ankle), DE Cullen Jenkins (groin), LB Jeremy Thompson (knee), CB Charles Woodson (foot) and WR Greg Jennings (wrist). All did not participate in practice, except for Jennings, who was a full participant.


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3 Responses to “Initial Week 4 Injury Report Released”

  1. By purplehorn on Oct 1, 2009 | Reply

    The mental chess begins. Is this key person hurting and how bad? See if you can pull film and look for when they got injured…… I just keep hoping and praying our guys stay healthy through the grind of the season. Football is a meat grinder. Only the strong survive.

  2. By PurplePeopleEater on Oct 1, 2009 | Reply

    I say try and take advantage of the loss of Bigby early on, throwing a deep ball down the sideline that he would have been covering. If we can complete it then we take the early lead and force the Packer D to back off and give AP more lanes to power through.

  3. By chaz on Oct 2, 2009 | Reply

    clifton is the biggest loss for the packers, they already have allowed 12 sacks. look for the vikings to take advantage of the poor offensive line and the clifton injury and try and rack up the sacks.

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