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Two more injuries for the Vikings at Green Bay

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One of them could be more important than the other

NFL: Minnesota Vikings at Pittsburgh Steelers Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

UPDATE: McDermott and Stephen have both been ruled out for the rest of the evening.

As we go into the half at Lambeau Field with the Minnesota Vikings leading the Green Bay Packers by a score of 10-0, we have a couple of injuries to update you on.

First, defensive tackle Shamar Stephen has suffered an ankle injury, and apparently had to be carted off. (That was not shown on television.) He is questionable to return.

The bigger one might be what appears to be a wrist injury for long snapper Kevin McDermott. McDermott was hurt towards the end of the half. According to Vikings’ play-by-play voice Paul Allen, the backup long snapper is tight end David Morgan, and he came out of the locker room early to work on his snaps because of that.

Once we get updates on those injuries, we will bring them to you here.

Again, both defensive tackle Shamar Stephen and long snapper Kevin McDermott have suffered injuries in the first half against Green Bay, and we’ll have updates for you when they come in.