The final injury reports for this Sunday's game between the Miami Dolphins and Minnesota Vikings have been released. The Dolphins have only three players listed on their injury report, but there are a couple of major ones on there.
Defensive lineman Jared Odrick, Miami's first-round selection in this year's NFL Draft, will miss Sunday's game with an ankle injury. In addition, the Dolphins will also be without starting inside linebacker Channing Crowder, who hasn't practiced all week with a groin injury and is also listed as out.
The only other player listed on Miami's side of the ledger is defensive end Ikaika Alama-Francis, who is listed as questionable with an illness.
Minnesota's side of the injury report, obviously, is a little more lengthy. While they don't have anybody listed as "out" or "doubtful," they do have four player under each of the other two designations. The biggest name on the list is WR Percy Harvin, who was limited in Friday's practice after sitting out on Thursday with a hip injury. He's listed as "questionable," along with cornerbacks Cedric Griffin and Chris Cook (both with knee injuries) and defensive tackle Jimmy Kennedy (knee). On the "probable" front, we have running back Toby Gerhart (knee), center John Sullivan (calf), offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie (finger), and quarterback Brett Favre (ankle).
So there are your final injury reports. We'll be keeping tabs to see if either of our injured cornerbacks can come back for this Sunday's contest, and we'll be keeping up with Percy Harvin's status as well. Keep it tuned right here, ladies and gentlemen!