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Injury Reports; Harvin Practices

Posted by Mike Wobschall on September 23, 2010 – 2:53 pm

The Vikings and Lions have issued their Thursday injury reports and there is little change for either team. Let’s go over the details…

WR Percy Harvin (hip) was a limited participant after missing practice on Wednesday. The “illness” designation that presumably indicates a migraine issue for Harvin was removed from Thursday’s injury report, so that is good news for the Vikings. The not-so-good news for the Vikings is that “right elbow” has been added to the injury report next to QB Brett Favre’s name. Favre was a limited participant in today’s practice but my sense is there’s isn’t serious concern at this point regarding the elbow.

Outside of the changes to Harvin and Favre, the Thursday injury report is the same as Wednesday’s for the Vikings.

There were also 2 changes to the Lions injury report on Thursday. S Louis Delmas (groin/biceps/calf) went from not practicing on Wednesday to being limited in practice on Thursday. LB Ashlee Palmer (ankle) was also limited on Thursday.


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19 Responses to “Injury Reports; Harvin Practices”

  1. By WTF on Sep 23, 2010 | Reply

    great, now with Favre’s throwing arm hurt maybe we can finally focus the game on the only member who’s been consistantly good for our offense this year. I say let Favre sit this game out, Jackson can hand the ball off as good as the best of them.

  2. By Bruce on Sep 23, 2010 | Reply

    Sure WTF, that’s what the receivers needs ,less reps with Favre in gametime situations, give me a break!

  3. By Miggy83 on Sep 23, 2010 | Reply

    Percy Harvin needs to play in order for the Vikings to gain some consistency on offense.

  4. By Jones on Sep 23, 2010 | Reply

    If our oline plays well we will win a lot of games if they don’t give favre time to throw then we will sink rock bottom. Favre is known to bring the talent out of receivers. Also the receivers that we have are not good at getting open they get jammed up and are not speed burners, and are not tall so favre has to zip it in the right spot and cannot throw it too high like how he did with sidney. The way to fix this problem is work with the strength of our wideouts know what route they are effective with. Berrian and harvin are better suited for yards after catch. Berrian will once in a while get a bomb thrown but that is because rice was double teamed and berrian got wide open. If you are just going to toss it up with coverage on berrian he won’t win that match because berrian is more of a mid range wideout. The vikings might have to throw more mid range and hope one of those guys get good yard after catch. I don’t know how baskett is or what type of wideout he is but I doubt he is a speed burner he has the size to catch but not really familiar with how sure handed he is. I’d say the best target for favre is shank and harvin. Peterson so far so good no fumbles and his catching what is thrown to him. Haven’t seen much of albert young I guess he can’t hold up the backup role it might be taken away by gerhart.

  5. By David Fournier on Sep 23, 2010 | Reply

    What Percy needs is a new form of Omega 3 from Canada. This Omega 3 also contacts 5000 iu of vitamin D and 5000 iu of vitamin A. Very powerful formula for athletes.

    If interested, my email is davidfournier67@gmail.com

  6. By Puckertrucker on Sep 23, 2010 | Reply

    I have tried calling the Vikings on a number of occasions, to no avail It maybe that Percy Harvins Migraine headaches may be caused by the chemical Gluten which is found in bread. In the Oregonian newspaper approximatly 4 weeks ago the medical column explored the Idea of Gluten being the cause of other peoples Migraine headaches. When these people got rid of Gluten in their diets their Migraines wentr away. I truly think for Percy’s sake He should explore this avenue of thinking. Talk with a specialest who knows about The addative Gluten.

    Go Vikes

    Also one other Comment, Just maybe you should use Joe Webb as a Wide out against the Lions this weekend he might be a quick fix you need as far as recievers go.

  7. By kevin on Sep 24, 2010 | Reply

    Favre, you the man and u got this.0-2 doesnt mean anything the vikings have all the talent they need to make it to the superbowl this year. I believe in all of you, we’ll come back from this.

    go vikings

  8. By fire childress on Sep 24, 2010 | Reply

    who cares who practices anymore,we have the most gimpy team in the league, can even make it though pre-season without getting hurt

  9. By Happy on Sep 24, 2010 | Reply

    We fans must believe in the team we have. The rest is out of our hands.

  10. By 12 Time World Champs on Sep 24, 2010 | Reply

    You must believe that your season is almost over.

  11. By Torano on Sep 24, 2010 | Reply

    Sometimes we have to hit rock-bottom before things get better. I still believe in the Vikings. I’ve been reading alot of the comments on these blogs. It’s still not to late to turn things around. The team is loaded with Super Bowl potential. This is the week I believe when the team will come together. The leaders need to step up and bring everyone else along. The Vikings can’t just rely on one man alone. It’s a Team effort. Get it “together” and take whats yours this year.

  12. By Mark on Sep 24, 2010 | Reply

    You MUST bel;eve that ERIN RAHGERS is one blast from going out with s Season ending injury!

  13. By sheaff44 on Sep 24, 2010 | Reply

    fire childress you must be a complete moron if it is so bad go jump on another bandwagon

  14. By London on Sep 24, 2010 | Reply

    WTF: your dillusional, replace Favre with Tjoke!! That is the definition of insanity. Tjoke will never start in the NFL. Iam pretty sure our recievers want Favre, not Tjoke.. Let me Quote AP “were 4 or 5 plays away from being
    2-0.” Why bench Favre? Why trade Sage? How about pass protection? How about Percy dropping a ball right in his hands, which caused a interception.
    How about all the penalities? How about all the missed tackles? How about bad play calling? FAVRE IS NOT THE ROOT CAUSE OF ALL THE VIKINGS PROBLEMS. Sick and tired of all you Favre haters,
    Whats better losing early or losing late in the season?

    A win going into the by week, right on track..Beat the superbowl champions at their dome, pretty tough, holding the superbowl champions at their dome to 14 points, very impressive.

  15. By Mississippi boy on Sep 24, 2010 | Reply

    What Percy needs is a combination of Omega 3,gluten and SUPER GLUE!!!! Hang on to the f##king ball!

  16. By Mississippi boy on Sep 24, 2010 | Reply

    After Percy is done with this concoction…DUNK that coward Barrian in a vat of it so if a ball comes near his back,a#$ or any other body part …he might catch it!

  17. By fred on Sep 24, 2010 | Reply

    If the receivers don’t start helping Farve out coming back for the ball and quick cuts it is going to be a long season without rice the long pass needs to be the exception not the rule the long pass (if forced) will just lead to more and more interceptions, also Peterson has been getting about 4.5 yards per carry but very few carry in the 4th quarter

  18. By Mississippi boy on Sep 25, 2010 | Reply

    Coaching thing. More D&D with Camirillo & Payne…Less Barrian & Lewis.Can we have Raynaud back for punt returns….pppplllllleeease1!!!!!

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