The Minnesota Vikings will play the Green Bay Packers this weekend in a battle of the two teams at the top and bottom of the NFC North. Though the odds are obviously stacked against the Vikings, at least injuries shouldn't be too much of a concern this weekend.
The Vikings final injury report of the week was released on Friday afternoon with no major causes for concern. Percy Harvin (ribs) and Phil Loadholt (knee) were both able to participate in part of Friday's practice after being held out on Wednesday and are listed as probable to play in this weekend's rivalry game. E.J. Henderson is also probable after going through a full practice on Friday.
Other players appearing on the Friday injury report include Steve Hutchinson (knee) and Kenny Onatolu (hamstring) being probable and Jamarca Sanford (concussion), John Sullivan (concussion) and Antoine Winfield (neck) currently doubtful for this weekend's game.
The Packers will be without three starters as Chad Clifton, Frank Zombo and Mike Neal all continue to recover from injury. Cornerback Sam Shields is doubtful while Ryan Pickett is questionable due to issues related to concussions.