The Minnesota Vikings released their injury report on Wednesday, as the Vikings get ready to play host to the San Francisco 49ers.
Linebacker Erin Henderson did not practice for the Vikings because of a concussion. Henderson left Sunday's game against the Colts, but did return to action. Still, if Henderson does indeed have a concussion, Minnesota may very well play it safe and hold him out of Week 3's contest against the 49ers.
Center John Sullivan was limited in his participating in practice because of an ankle injury.
Chris Cook (biceps), Rhett Ellison (ankle), Marvin Mitchell (ankle), Brian Robison (elbow), Andrew Sendejo (ankle), and Jarius Wright (ankle) were full participants, despite their injuries.
Wright, a rookie wide receiver, has been sidelined since Minnesota's preseason finale with an ankle sprain. If Wright does play on Sunday, he'll be making his NFL debut against one of the league's top defenses.
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