Brett Favre participated in practice again on Friday, but was listed as questionable on the injury report for Sunday’s game.
There doesn’t seem to be any doubt among the local Vikings reporters that Favre will start, but Vikings coach Brad Childress said Favre is essentially a game-time decision.
“It will be right up to then,” Childress said via the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. “You never know coming
back, [Favre] took a few more turns today. I can’t look into a crystal ball
and see how he wakes up tomorrow. He could wake up with the gout
Assuming Favre avoids the gout, he will be hoping that the pain in his elbow goes down. Childress said Favre “looked OK. Looked all right,” at practice on Friday.
According to the trusty Rotoworld news database, the last time Favre was listed as questionable was Week Four of 2008 with the Jets. There was no doubt at the time he would start then, however.
Vikings center John Sullivan (calf) and cornerback Chris Cook (knee) both look unlikely to be active on Sunday.