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Vikings, Cowboys Release Wednesday Injury Reports

Posted by Mike Wobschall on October 13, 2010 – 2:33 pm

QB Brett Favre (ankle/right elbow) and starting C John Sullivan (calf) were 2 of 4 players who didn’t participate in practice on Wednesday, according to the week’s initial injury report. Rookie T Chris DeGeare (ankle) and S Jamarca Sanford (back) also did not participate.

CB Chris Cook (knee), DE Brian Robison (ankle), TE Visanthe Shiancoe (hamstring) and S Madiue Williams (shoulder) participated in practice on a limited basis.

The Cowboys listed 6 on their injury report, including 4 players who did not practice. S Alan Ball (shoulder), WR Dez Bryant (ribs/ankle), LB Bradie James (knee) and DE Igor Olshansky (knee) were held out of practice while TE Martellus Bennett (ankle) was limited and FB Chris Gronkowski (groin) was a full participant.

 


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19 Responses to “Vikings, Cowboys Release Wednesday Injury Reports”

  1. By Robins on Oct 13, 2010 | Reply

    I hope Brett will be able to play. He has played through many injuries. That last quarter of the game showed us that the magic is still there. We just need to start strong and we will win. Percy looks great again. Adrian still hasn’t fumbled. Brett to Randy should be a lot of fun and a lot more touchdowns! I feel positive! Win Vikings!

  2. By fire childress on Oct 13, 2010 | Reply

    lets put Chilly on the Mentally unable to preform list ! any one without a brain should not be making 7 figgures !!!

  3. By Matt Benson on Oct 13, 2010 | Reply

    Everybody likes Brett, but it might be time for Joe Webb to play since he did a great job in the pre-season.

  4. By Alex on Oct 13, 2010 | Reply

    i hope Bret gets better soon. i understand that he has a tendentious in the elbow and i know that hurts being a quarterback myself i have problems with it. the only piece of advice i can give him is limit your throws. Bret i think this is time to be your last season in the nfl, and to become a analyst. alot of people think u are washed up but i dont think that at all you are having some problems with your body your 41 not 21 anymore we all love you Bret get well.

  5. By Cambones on Oct 13, 2010 | Reply

    Anyone thinking BRIAN BILLICK head coach next year?! He knows how to run an epic offense! This offense has for weapons than his 1998 offense….very frightening!

  6. By fire childress on Oct 13, 2010 | Reply

    i agree, if Brett called the plays, we would be 4-0. chilly has absolutely no idea whats going on. we will end up losing the team to LA because he is worthless and ignorant

  7. By Justin on Oct 13, 2010 | Reply

    I have a feeling Favre won’t last the whole game. That elbow problem may plague Favre so badly, it’s going to affect the whole passing game.

  8. By John on Oct 13, 2010 | Reply

    A Fire Chilly I hope you arent correct, but I will agree that Childress has done some silly things over the past few years. I hope if Brett can’t go that T Jack is ready because it’d be real nice to see the offense destroy dallas again like last year

  9. By fire childress on Oct 14, 2010 | Reply

    i hope i’m not correct too, but we have to deal with reality at some point. the minnesota congress will not consider a stadium bill if the Vikings don’t win the superbowl. it’s too bad the economy is this bad, otherwise they would of built it 2 years ago.

  10. By Rye on Oct 14, 2010 | Reply

    It would be interesting to see what would happen if Favre sat. could TJACK play with the talent?

    In the last 4 games, favre had 7 int’s and 4 fumbles.

    Favre is one of the big reasons the Vikings are 1-3 right now. I hope he turns it around if he’s going to play! If not, I hope Chilly pulls him before the season is over.

  11. By arahn on Oct 14, 2010 | Reply

    Is there anyone who can get the team “pumped” and come-out excited like Brees did for Saints? It would help if the team came out pumped-up with enthusiasm at the start.

    I know Chilly hasn’t got the charisma to excite the team (for the note: I’m not calling to fire Brad now as that probably doesn’t do anything to help team morale).

    I would like to see what would happen if Favre called the plays for the first quarter — I think he can dissect the op-defense on the field and make some good play calling in the huddle.

  12. By What Ever! on Oct 14, 2010 | Reply

    Lose the team to LA what are you somking! share some it most be good! THey ain’t going to move the team to LA! its all just scare tactics and false roumers!

  13. By arahn on Oct 14, 2010 | Reply

    Why are Vikes the team under threat of being moved to LA. I would think Buffalo would top the list of teams that can be moved. If they tried to move the vikes I think there would be rioting in the streets of Minny.

  14. By arahn on Oct 14, 2010 | Reply

    The Albino Rhino did seem to do alright at pass blocking in the second half so that will be a big help in future games.

  15. By Rick James on Oct 14, 2010 | Reply

    Im callin my shot right now…Vikes – 31 – Boys – 17. A sleeping giant that is the Vikes offense was awoken in the 2nd half of the monday night game. Look for Favre to Moss to get going and be very effective early and often. Big game for AP and even bigger day for Favre! SKOL!!!!

  16. By flobo4 on Oct 14, 2010 | Reply

    Chilly is the problem. He needs to let Brett and Bevell run the O. Brett would check down out of running plays when the blitz is on and pass to set up the run creating a lot of big plays. Bring on Bill Cower as the new Head Coach.

  17. By GWVikes on Oct 14, 2010 | Reply

    What does a 7 figure salary look like? have to agree thought that Chilly is a very predictable play caller. I don’t think he is a bad coach. He just needs to stay away from calling plays.

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