Vikings CB Andrew Booth Jr. is out for Monday night with quad injury

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The Vikings slide into a prime-time contest against the Eagles most healthy. They’ve got only one player on the final Week Two injury report.

Cornerback Andrew Booth Jr. is out for the game with a quad injury. He didn’t practice at all this week,

Booth, a rookie from Clemson, took no defensive snaps in his regular-season debut. He was involved in a pair of special-teams plays.

Vikings first-rounder Lewis Cine, who was inactive for Week One with a knee injury, is good to go. He’s a second-string safety behind Camryn Bynum.

7 responses to “Vikings CB Andrew Booth Jr. is out for Monday night with quad injury

  1. Yep this dude is going to be “one of those guys” who can’t play more than 8 games a year if you’re lucky

  2. Vikings need Booth to get and stay healthy. Cam Dantzler blows coverages too often. Not sure it was Cam on the second TD for sure but between Cam and Bynum I would say it was Cam with his history.

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