Friday Injury Report Released

Posted by Mike Wobschall on October 23, 2009 – 1:32 pm

As noted in the blog earlier, CB Antoine Winfield was held out of practice again on Friday and is listed as doubtful. Also, WR Percy Harvin was limited in practice and is listed as questionable.

There were a few changes on the Friday report. S Eric Frampton (ankle), T Phil Loadholt (ankle) and RB Adrian Peterson (ankle) all went from limited participants to full participation on Friday and are listed as probable. S Husain Abudllah (back), WR Darius Reynaud (hamstring) and S Madieu Williams (quad) all remained limited, with Abdullah listed and Williams listed as questionable and Reynaud listed as doubtful.

For the Steelers, S Troy Polamalu, RB Rashard Mendenhall and LB Andre Frazier were all full participants. Mendenhall and Polamalu are listed as probable and Frazier is listed as questionable.

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7 Responses to “Friday Injury Report Released”

  1. By Joe on Oct 24, 2009 | Reply

    with antione we are favorites to win, without him we’re not. we finally realize that he is the most valuable player on the defense.

  2. By moorevikes on Oct 24, 2009 | Reply

    i think if benny sapp fills in as starting corner we’ll be fine we gotta get to ben and we gotta get a couple turn overs other than that all will be fine i see ap having a huge game but so help me god if chilly calls 3 run plays down in the red zone ill come threw my tv and b slap him seriously though you went out and got him u need to trust him as far as im concerned favre has earned it with his play thus far whats he got 12 tds 2 ints frickin awsome

  3. By moorevikes on Oct 24, 2009 | Reply

    oh yeh in less than 19 hrs the vikes go into the steel city with a vengance win 34-24

  4. By PurplePeopleEater on Oct 24, 2009 | Reply

    We need to play it safe, let these guys rest and heal up and unless Childress starts really opening things up for the offense, accept the loss. There’s 10 games left, and of all of them this is the best one to lose, both statistically and in terms of pride. Pride because it’s a loss to the reigning champs in their home field. Statistically because it’s a loss to a non-division, non-conference opponent. Next week we have the Packers, which will be a much more important game and just as difficult to win. It will be much better if we go into Green Bay with our stars as close to full health as possible.

  5. By Brownicus on Oct 24, 2009 | Reply

    Winfield is a good player and his presence will make it harder, but the Vikes still have a good shot at winning this game. Good teams find ways to win, lets see what the vikes are made of tomorrow.

  6. By PAVikesFan on Oct 24, 2009 | Reply

    Brownicus u r right…While Antoine is significantly important to our success, good teams do find ways to win any way…let’s see how our back-ups do, also, Madieu Williams is questionable…Our safeties (our weak link) will be tested bigtime tomorrow..they had better show something or else…they are holding this team back from being a championship caliber team…I need to see them step up

  7. By woodman on Oct 25, 2009 | Reply

    I am going into the lions den sporting purple and the horns. look for the spec of purple in a sea of yellow on the vikings side 50 yrd line!! All the talk out here is big Ben picking apart a banged up Viking secondary. We need Allen and co. to hit him early and hard…..we need some long and sustained drives… mistakes!!Pittsburgh, meet the Farve magic.

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