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Washington Redskins at Minnesota Vikings: Final Injury Reports For Both Teams

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We're a little less than 48 hours away from kickoff at TCF Bank Stadium, and that means it's time to have a look at the injury reports for both the Minnesota Vikings and the Washington Redskins leading up to this weekend's game. Let's take a look at those now, starting with the visiting team.

Washington Redskins

Player Position Injury Sunday Status
Bashaud Breeland CB Knee Questionable
Ryan Clark S Ankle/Shoulder Probable
Robert Griffin III QB Ankle Probable
Ryan Kerrigan LB Wrist Probable
Trent Murphy LB Knee Probable
Tracy Porter CB Hamstring Probable
Perry Riley, Jr. LB Knee Probable
Keenan Robinson LB Shoulder Probable
Trent Williams OT Knee Probable

Everyone on the Redskins' injury list was a full participant in practice on Friday except for Breeland and Williams, who both had limited participation. It looks like Breeland is the only person that has a chance of missing the game.

And now for the home team.

Minnesota Vikings

Player Position Injury Sunday Status
Kyle Rudolph TE Abdomen/Groin Out
Jabari Price CB Hamstring Questionable
Antone Exum, Jr. S Ankle/Shoulder Probable
Chase Ford TE Foot Probable
Sharrif Floyd DT Ankle/Knee Probable
Gerald Hodges LB Hamstring Probable
Brian Robison DE Glute Probable
Josh Robinson CB Ankle Probable

Everyone for the Vikings fully participated in Friday's practice, with the exception of Rudolph (did not participate) and Price (limited participation). I'm not completely sure who would step into Price's spot as the #4 corner if he can't go on Sunday. My guess would be Marcus Sherels, but I'm not 100% certain on that.

And that's a look at the injury report for both sides leading up to Sunday's game between the Redskins and the Vikings. Keep it tuned right here for any more updates as we continue to cover all angles leading up to game time.