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Vikings Final Injury Report: Harvin Officially Out against Green Bay

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The Vikings star WR has been downgraded from 'doubtful' to 'out'

Scott Boehm

The Minnesota Vikings published their final injury report for the Green Bay game tomorrow, and WR Percy Harvin will not play. Because of a sprained ankle first suffered against Seattle, the enigmatic superstar was downgraded from 'doubtful' to officially 'out' against the hated Packers.

It will be the third game that Harvin will miss with this injury, and the Vikings will need somebody to step up. In his absence, Jarius Wright has made a favorable impression, but make no mistake, Harvin not in the lineup really hurts the Vikings offense. On the season, Harvin is the Vikings leading receiver, with 62 catches on the year, and over 770 yards of total offense. The rest of the Vikings injury report is:

Jared Allen, probable

Jasper Brinkley, probable

Letroy Guion, probable

Chris Kluwe, probable

Phil Loadholt, probable

Adrian Peterson, probable

Kyle Rudolph, probable

Harrison Smith, probable

Antoine Winfield, probable

But Green Bay is hurting as well, as Clay Matthews and Charles Woodson, two standouts on defense, will not be playing either.

The Green Bay Packers final injury report for tomorrow's game is:

Donald Driver, questionable

Greg Jennings, probable

M.D. Jennings, probable

Terrell Manning, doubtful

Clay Matthews, out

Marshall Newhouse, probable

Ryan Pickett, probable

Andrew Quarless, out

Sean Richardson, questionable

Sam Shields, out

Johnny White, out

CJ wilson, out

Charles Woodson, out