Garrett Bradbury has no injury designation, will return Sunday

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Vikings starting center Garrett Bradbury will return to action Sunday. He has no designation after practicing fully Thursday and Friday.

Bradbury was limited in Wednesday’s work, his first practice since Dec. 15.

Bradberry has not played since Dec. 4 and was working his way back from his lower back injury when he was involved in a car wreck Dec. 17 that aggravated his injury.

The Giants have no players with a designation, and the Vikings have only three.

The Vikings list cornerback Cam Dantzler (ankle/personal), safety Harrison Smith (knee) and running back Kene Nwangwu (illness) as questionable.

Dantzler did not practice all week.

Coach Kevin O’Connell said he anticipates Smith playing after Smith had limited participation all week.

The Vikings added Nwangwu to the practice report Friday after he missed practice.

8 responses to “Garrett Bradbury has no injury designation, will return Sunday

  1. I’m glad Bradbury is playing but he’s missed a lot of time and won’t be in game shape. Dexter Lawrence is the kind of guy Bradbury struggles against.

  2. I almost wonder if the heavier Reed wouldn’t hold up better against Lawrence. It sure is nice to look forward to a playoff game rather than have the most exciting thing this week being awaiting the results of a disgruntled playoffless QB’s meting with his GM.

  3. I’d say an “out of shape” Bradbury is better than the third string center. And, it is a home game. Huge advantage. As we have seen, the Vikings struggle a bit to get the snap off in away games.

  4. Packer trolls stilllllllllll trolling as their season and competence is well over with for a decade I see….🤣🤣

  5. “The Vikings live in my brain!!!!!! Thank God for it, otherwise I’d be bored to death.” — Certain Packer fans.

  6. Here’s the deal….I don’t mind the Packer fans rooting against the Vikings this week. Or every week. It’s the way it’s supposed to be. But their arrogance, while not ever even being in the top 7 spots in the NFC, was unbelievable, even for those goons.

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