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Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears: Final Injury Reports

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We're a little less than 48 hours from game day in Week 11 of the National Football League, and both the Minnesota Vikings and the Chicago Bears have released their final injury lists for this weekend's contest. Let's take a look at both teams, starting with the visitors.

Minnesota Vikings

Player Position Injury Sunday Status
Scott Crichton DE Hip Questionable
Mike Harris OT Ankle Questionable
Chase Ford TE Foot Probable
Jerick McKinnon RB Back Probable
Kyle Rudolph TE Abdomen/Groin Probable

It certainly appears to be all systems go for Kyle Rudolph to make his first appearance since Week 3, as he has been a full participant in practice all week. McKinnon was also a full participant in Friday's practice after being limited on Thursday with his back injury. Crichton and Harris were both limited participants in Friday's practice.

And now, on to the home team.

Chicago Bears

Player Position Injury Sunday Status
Eben Britton G Illness Out
Trevor Scott DE Knee Out
Darryl Sharpton LB Hamstring Out
Jordan Mills OT Ribs Doubtful
Josh Morgan WR Shoulder Questionable
Martellus Bennett TE Ribs Probable
Tim Jennings CB Knee Probable
Brandon Marshall WR Ankle Probable
Terrance Mitchell CB Illness Probable
Cornelius Washington DE Illness Probable

I'm not sure what sort of illness is going around the Bears' locker room right now, but it appears to have hit them pretty good. Most of the more important names on this list are in the "probable" section. Marshall was limited in his participation in Friday's practice, and Morgan did not participate at all (along with the players that are listed as "out" or "doubtful").

And there are the final injury reports for this weekend's game between the Vikings and the Bears from Soldier Field. Keep it tuned here for more coverage leading up to the contest.