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Injury Reprot: Hutch Returns, Favre Sits

Posted by Mike Wobschall on October 28, 2010 – 3:08 pm

There was only one change to the Vikings injury report on Thursday, with G Steve Hutchinson (quadriceps) returning to practice on a limited basis. QB Brett Favre (foot/ankle) was held out again on Thursday after missing practice on Thursday.

There were no other changes from Wednesday’s report for the Vikings.

There were, however, a few changes to New England’s report. DE Mike Wright (knee) and WR Deion Branch (hamstring) were added to the report, with Wright held out of practice and Branch limited. S Patrick Chung (knee) and WR Matthew Slate (ankle) were limited on Thursday after being held out on Wednesday. NT Vince Wilfork (not injury related) returned to practice on Thursday after sitting out on Wednesday and QB Tom Brady (right shoulder) was a full participant for the 2nd consecutive day.


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24 Responses to “Injury Reprot: Hutch Returns, Favre Sits”

  1. By taser brad on Oct 28, 2010 | Reply

    Brett, get WEll. Hutch, thsnk you for all your hard work. We will win this one… Like Cleveland beat the Saints.

  2. By Conner on Oct 28, 2010 | Reply

    I have 100% faith in the fact that Brett Favre is a legendary figure in professional football. I also have no doubt he’s a better quarterback at 75% than Tavaris Jackson at 100%. However, I don’t feel he can play at even 50% with this injury. Rushing back to play will prolong the recovery. We need Brett healthy in 2 or even 3 weeks. Tavaris is not a horrible quarterback. He’s a good quarterback, who was rushed along and overhyped. He’s had a year to learn from a veteran Favre. People would see he’s improved. Even if he wins a few games as Favre recovers, their will not be a QB controversy.

  3. By TWVIKE on Oct 28, 2010 | Reply

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  4. By johnny on Oct 28, 2010 | Reply

    favre is a pig. i hope he is done!

  5. By fire childress on Oct 28, 2010 | Reply

    lets sit Chilly too. he has a injured mouth, shooting off too much

  6. By TWVIKE on Oct 28, 2010 | Reply

    johnny- OINK, you never started.

  7. By Rob on Oct 28, 2010 | Reply

    Brett needs to sit and stay sitting, he’s done enough damage don’t you think? T-Jack can throw pick 6′s just like Brett only he can do one thing Brett can’t….SCRAMBLE! Sit Farve and let’s go for a win!

  8. By Rob on Oct 28, 2010 | Reply

    Oh yeah, what about his record of career starts. Well I guess we GIVE him the first series to hand off to AP then bench him. Good it’s settled… The fans get what they want and there’s no tears on the sidelines. Brett do you need a tissue?

  9. By alan moriarity on Oct 28, 2010 | Reply

    LETS GET THIS 1 DONE SUNDAY GO VIKINGS

  10. By Bryan C on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    Lets not forget that the Viks are a few plays from winning every game this year, and last year a couple of plays from losing a lot of games. This is a Very good Vikings football team. The difference thus far has been injuries, as well as some off he field distractions. The offence hasnt gelled yet, and once that happens it can be a better offence then even last year with the addition of randy moss. and Sidney Rice was a big reason for last years success and will be returning soon. Vikes will get better, the question is will it be soon enough ?

  11. By Jacquie on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    Human nature never ceases to amaze me, or should I say dissappoint me. Everyone loves Brett, but only when they are winning. Don’t say much for Minnesota, now, does it?! End of last year it was please, please come back…now it’s he’s too old and washed up he needs to quit. Just like Green Bay I expected Minnesota to turn. You guys are just a really different bunch of people and you jump around like a bunch of stretch-pant clad gringo’s in a disco! He was, and will always be, too good for any of ya’ll.

  12. By Rob on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    Jacquie, I didn’t want him when he got much the same as I don’t want him now. As far as I’m concerned his blood still runs green.

  13. By Slim on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    Brett is for Brett, he will want to start so HIS record is not broken, if he was missing his throwing arm, his comment would still be the same, “I am not sure what I will do on Sunday, sometimes I surprise myself” Arrogance is a curse of those who live in a “it’s all about me bubble”. TJ, I hope you play, I hope you pop his bubble, and I wish Chilly would just reach into the front of his pants, give a tug and then say, “Brett, you are not starting, dam be the record” IF Brett is truly at MN for the Team and the season, he needs to rest the ankle if not, fi, let him play, get sacked, limp to the locker room, shower alone, and fly back to an empty house in MS.

  14. By THE one on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    spelled REPORT wrong :) skol vikes!

  15. By BACK DOC on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    ALL I HAVE TO SAY IS BRETT FAVRE PLAYS TO WIN HE COULD CARE LESS ABOUT ANY RECORD OR MEDIA . HE CARES MORE FOR THIS TEAM THAN MOST OF YOU CARE ABOUT YOUR OWN CHILDREN,SO HUSH IT!!!!!!!!

  16. By Jon Callahan on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    Dear Bret: You are so rich from football, when I say rich I mean more then the money you have made from the game. You are rich with sucess from all the acomplishments you have acheived from playing football. Your records speak for itself and will still be there after you are long gone. Now it is time for you to share your wealth with your peers by helping lift Tavaris and Webb to the level you have acheived. By investing in these two guys this way the dividends will be payed to us all in a winning season. I belive this to be the next level for you to acheive and by doing so will enhance one of the most sucessful carrers of NFL Player/Mentor.

  17. By fire childress on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    it is apparent the only reason we won last year was pure talent, and Brett calling most of his own plays. we need to get rid of Chilly now, imagine how bad our team will be once we start losing our better players ! we won’t go anywhere as long as Chilly is head coach ! coache who will get fired at end of year:
    Brad Childress
    Norv Turner
    Wade Phillips

  18. By purplehaze on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    YEAH BRETT IS ALL ABOUT THE TEAM, HE’S THAT TO A FAULT, AND HE WILL TAKE THE TEAMS BEST INTEREST TO HEART, IF HE HAS TO SIT HE WILL. IF HE’S SOMEWHAT CAPABLE, I SAY HE’S IN…

    IT’S A TOUGH CALL NO DOUBT ‘CAUSE EVERYONE KNOWS THE SEASON HINGES MORE OR LESS ON THIS GAME; YOU LOSE, YOUR IN REAL BAD SHAPE.

    COURSE THE PATS WILL KEY ON OUR QB WEAKNESS DESPITE WHOS IN; SO WE CAN ONLY PRAY THE OFFENSIVE LINE PLAYS LIKE THERE IS NO TOMMORROW, THAT’S PRETTY MUCH THE CASE…

  19. By Rogerthevikefan on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    The Pats have a very very young secondary so if given at least a little time Farve could and should dissect them. But to win the dline needs to put Tom The Living Statue Brady. So the question is will the dline that was named Shock and AWWE play to thier level or will they just look AWWEFUL.

  20. By SuperBowlChamp09 on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    we need brett to play, if he is some what mobile, he gives us the best chance to win, has ne body seen the last time jackson started…(15 for 36 and a int and a fumble) that is not good for us if he starts

  21. By Juan Carlos Bezanilla on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    Estimados todos: Soy Mexicano y aquí seguimos a la NFL desde los 60´s y soy seguidor VIKINGO desde que yo me acuerdo (no le he ido a otro equipo)); lo que no puedo comprender es que teniendo un equipo lleno de talento desde hace varios años, no tengamos un Head-Coach a la altura del mismo; el equipo se está volviendo veterano y urge un verdadero líder como Head-Coach; Childress jamás lo será (por favor, vean lo que hizo en Philly).
    Ojalá los Wilf se den cuenta de ello. (ahí está Billick).

  22. By purplehaze on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    JUAN, FOR OUR NON-SPANISH SPEAKING FANS, WHAT DID YOU SAY?;

    SOMETHING ABOUT COACH GOING BACK TO PHILADELPHIA?, THAT HE’S NOT A PLAYERS COACH, AND IS WAY OVER HIS HEAD IN THIS LEAGUE AT THAT CRITICAL POSITION. THAT IT’S A MATTER OF MUTUAL RESPECT AND CONFIDENCE WHICH HAS BEEN LACKING BETWEEN THE TEAM AND COACH PRETTY MUCH ALL YEAR; HENCE THE MAINLY UNINSPIRED PLAY AS A WHOLE FROM THE TEAM, WHICH IS PLAYING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF THE COMPETITION IN MANY INSTANCES; AND WITH THE DEPTH, SHOULD BE KICKING MOST EVERYBODY’S BEHINDS?

  23. By 4eversteve on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    I think Brett would be a willing mentor, every time you watch a Vikings game on tv I see Favre on the bench going over the eye in the sky photo’s and Jackson an Webb aren’t over there with him, Yes I understand he would not be able to go over in detail what he is looking at but at least go over an act like you are interested in what he seeing or looking for.they might learn something also you really only see clips in practice of Joe Webb standing next to him warming up making practice throws and talking to him. Which tells me the rookie may be smarter than Jackson an shows a willingness to learn at least in practice any way.Both Jackson and Webb should be picking Favre brain every chance they get whether it’s in a game or not if they want to have successful careers in the NFL they sure seem to be letting a golden opportunity slip right threw their finger and pass right under their noses

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