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Eagles at Vikings: Final injury reports for both teams

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Some big names out on both sides

NFL: Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

We’ve gotten the final injury reports for both the Minnesota Vikings and the Philadelphia Eagles before Sunday’s contest at U.S. Bank Stadium. There are some pretty significant names on the list for both teams, so let’s see what we’re looking at here.

We’ll start with the visiting team, whose list is pretty extensive.

Philadelphia Eagles

Out

RB Corey Clement (shoulder, placed on IR today)

CB Ronald Darby (hamstring)

WR DeSean Jackson (abdomen)

DT Tim Jernigan (foot)

CB Avonte Maddox (concussion/neck)

RB Darren Sproles (quad)

No injury designation given

WR Nelson Agholor (illness, limited on Friday)

CB Sidney Jones (hamstring)

S Rodney McLeod (knee)

CB Orlando Scandrick (illness)

OT Jason Peters (knee, limited on Friday)

The Eagles have already declared six players out. Clement has been placed on injured reserve, so he won’t count, but we already know most of the Eagles’ inactive list for Sunday because of this list.

Both Agholor and Peters were limited, but everyone else on the “no designation given” list practiced in full on Friday.

And now, on to the home team.

Minnesota Vikings

Out

LB Ben Gedeon (concussion)

G Josh Kline (foot)

Questionable

LB Kentrell Brothers (wrist/hamstring)

No injury designation given

CB Mackensie Alexander (elbow/groin)

C Garrett Bradbury (shoulder)

DT Linval Joseph (non-injury)

TE Irv Smith Jr. (quad)

DT Shamar Stephen (knee)

WR Adam Thielen (illness)

Kline will be down for the second time in three games. He missed the game against Chicago, came back for the win over the Giants, and will miss Sunday’s game against Philadelphia. He missed the Bears’ game because of a concussion, so this is an entirely new issue. It’s a shame he won’t be out there, because the offensive line seems to perform so much better when he’s out there. Dakota Dozier will, presumably, get the start at right guard in Kline’s spot.

Mackensie Alexander, who missed the game against the Giants, appears to be on track to come back against Philadelphia. Given the way Mike Hughes performed last week in Alexander’s spot, it will be interesting to see how the team divides the snaps at the cornerback position on Sunday.

Those are your final injury reports for both the Vikings and the Eagles, folks. We’ll be bringing you more stories about Sunday’s game as we get closer to kickoff.