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Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings: Final Injury Reports

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We have the final injury reports for both teams leading up to this weekend's contest between the Minnesota Vikings and the Green Bay Packers at TCF Bank Stadium. Let's take a look at what both teams have released, starting with the visiting team.

Green Bay Packers

Player Position Injury Sunday Status
Brandon Bostick TE Hip Out
Jarrett Bush CB Groin Questionable
Jayrone Elliott LB Hamstring Questionable
Datone Jones DE Ankle Questionable
Nick Perry LB Shoulder Questionable
T.J. Lang G Ankle Probable
Clay Matthews LB Groin Probable
Josh Sitton G Toe Probable

And now, on to the home team.

Minnesota Vikings

Player Position Injury Sunday Status
Matt Asiata RB Concussion Out
Sharrif Floyd DT Knee Questionable
Greg Jennings WR Rib Questionable
Matt Kalil OT Knee Questionable
Jarius Wright WR Hamstring Questionable
Anthony Barr LB Knee Probable
Scott Crichton DE Hip Probable
Everson Griffen DE Neck Probable
Mike Harris OT Ankle Probable
Jerick McKinnon RB Back Probable
Captain Munnerlyn CB Non-Injury Probable
Xavier Rhodes CB Ankle Probable
Kyle Rudolph TE Abdomen/Groin Probable

Asiata did not pass the concussion protocol this week, and will be sitting out on Sunday as a result. That means that newly-acquired Ben Tate could play a significant role for the Vikings in his first game with the team. Floyd's injury apparently came from going knee-to-knee with someone in practice. He has said that he expects to play, however. If either Jennings or Wright can't go, it will hopefully mean an increased role for Charles Johnson, who is coming off a career-best performance against the Chicago Bears.

Asiata, Floyd, Kalil, and Munnerlyn did not participate at all in Friday's practice. McKinnon and Harris were limited participants. Everyone else on the Vikings' injury list participated fully. The 13 players on this week's injury report is a far cry from the five they listed going into the game against Chicago.

And that's the final injury report for both teams going into Sunday's game.

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