Well, we've got injury reports to look at for Thursday night's game between the Minnesota Vikings and the Green Bay Packers. Let's take a look at what we've got on both sides, starting with the visitors.
Obviously, the big concern on this list is Bridgewater. He did not practice on Monday or Tuesday and was a limited participant in Wednesday's walk-through. It appears that he's going to be a game-time decision, though it's telling that the Vikings have not yet made a move to bump McLeod Bethel-Thompson up from the practice squad to the active roster.
Gerald Hodges will start in Greenway's place again. My guess is that Greenway will be ready to go for the Week 6 contest against the Detroit Lions. Everyone other than Greenway, Rudolph, and Bridgewater was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
Green Bay Packers
Boykin doesn't appear to be a huge issue for the Packers, as Davante Adams looks to be stepping into the third wide receiver spot. Boyd is probably a bigger loss, as he could have potentially been an alternative to Letroy Guion. As we know, the more Guion is on the field, the better it is for the Vikings. (He's not very good.)
And those are the injuries for this Thursday's contest, ladies and gentlemen.