Adam Thielen limited in practice; Stefon Diggs sits

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Vikings receiver Stefon Diggs did not practice Wednesday because of a knee injury.

Diggs played the past two games after missing the team’s Nov. 4 game against Detroit with bruised ribs.

Receiver Adam Thielen no longer is listed with a lower back, but he was limited by a calf injury.

Cornerback Xavier Rhodes‘ right hamstring injury kept him out of Wednesday’s practice, but coach Mike Zimmer is optimistic Rhodes plays Sunday. Zimmer called the injury “very, very mild.”

The Vikings also practiced without receiver Chad Beebe (hamstring) and tight end David Morgan (knee).

Linebacker Ben Gedeon (concussion) was limited.

Guard Mike Remmers (lower back), guard Tom Compton (knee) and linebacker Eric Kendricks (chest) were full participants.

11 responses to “Adam Thielen limited in practice; Stefon Diggs sits

  1. I knew the drop off from Thielen had something to due with injury related. He’s not 100% healthy that’s why he had not been productive like before. Hopefully both are healthy and good to go Sunday to have a chance.

  2. No problem. We’ll just play Laquon Treadwell, Aldrick Robinson, and Brandon Zylstra at wide receiver and beat Belichick.

    If Diggs and Thielen can’t play, can we just forfeit the game so as not to incur any more injuries?

  3. Going to be really tough to beat the Pats even if the vikings are 100% healthy. I really hope Beebe plays. Notice how Treadwell had another drop on Sunday? It would be really nice if David Morgan could get back into the lineup. He is a sneaky good TE.

  4. I think both of them will play. But I am still suspicious about Rhodes after the way he went down holding his upper leg. Fingers crossed on this one. We need all three to go into Foxborough with any shot at a win.

  5. How many vikings fans are willing to admit he is faking … Just like Aaron Rodgers was? Come on guys… Consistency is important

  6. wib22 says:
    November 28, 2018 at 6:57 pm

    The pats have the refs in their back pocket.

    Why even try at foxborough

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    Yes. Goodell loves the PAts with the other owners. And that Dion Lewis “fumble” lats year in the title game says “hello”.

  7. The pats have the refs in their back pocket.

    Why even try at foxborough

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    Haha, most uninformed comment of the day! Clearly nothing Roger Goodell and the league love more than the Patriots as they’ll probably dock them another 1st round pick for who knows what…

  8. marvin1958 says:
    November 28, 2018 at 7:18 pm
    How many vikings fans are willing to admit he is faking … Just like Aaron Rodgers was? Come on guys… Consistency is important
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    Well if he starts limping after a failed 3rd down play like leg his leg fell off, then a late penalty flag comes in and he starts sprinting the next play like nothing, then you can compare

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