The Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers have both announced the players that will be inactive for their second match-up of the season on Monday Night Football. There weren't any surprises for those following this week's injury reports, but key offensive linemen from both teams won't be playing in the NFC North rivalry game.
Anthony Herrera is the biggest name out for the Vikings as the guard is still dealing with a knee injury, leaving Joe Berger as the starter. Cornerbacks Chris Cook and Brandon Burton, linebacker Xavier Adibi, tackle DeMarcus Love, wide receiver Stephen Burton and defensive end D'Aundre Reed round out the remaining players that won't be playing for Minnesota on Monday night.
The Packers will be missing starting left tackle once again this week as Chad Clifton continues to deal with a hamstring injury. The remaining players inactive for Green Bay will be linebackers Robert Francois, Jamari Lattimore and Frank Zombo, defensive end Mike Neal, offensive lineman Ray Dominguez and cornerback Davon House.
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