September 22-Wednesday Vikings placed cornerbacks Harrison Hand It is on the COVID-19 reserve list.
A hamstring injury caused the hand to sit in the second game of the season last Sunday in Arizona. He often played for a special team during the first week in Cincinnati.
All players on Minnesota’s active roster appeared to be in a position to participate at the start of Wednesday’s practice, but cornerback Bashod Breeland did not arrive until the end of the stretch.Some of the people ready to practice were linebackers Anthony BarDefensive end missed the first two games of the season due to a knee injury Eversong RefenSit against the Cardinal for a concussion and ran back Dalvin CookHe said he had a needle and ankle injury in Arizona before the game was over.
Speaking before the practice, Viking co-defense coordinator Andre Patterson was optimistic about Griffen’s ability to play Seattle at Bank Stadium in the United States on Sunday. He suffered a concussion when he missed a deer and hit a tree while driving to the TEC Performance Center last Thursday.
“He feels good,” Patterson said. “It seems scary for all of us to have to experience it, but fortunately he’s healthy. He didn’t get hurt. It only hurt his car. So we are very lucky there. He is fine. “”
Cook was beaten by the Cardinal twice in the second half. Before the practice on Wednesday, he shrugged his injury.
“It was one of those games,” he said. “Physical games, I knew what we were crazy about …. I had a stinger first. It was a bit unusual. I’ve been playing football since I was 4 years old. And that was my first stinger. It was kind. And when I got off later, it was my ankle …. but I’m fine. “
“Recovery is the key,” Cook said, “I’m in the training room a lot” this week.
“Dalbin is a tough guy,” said Viking coach Mike Zimmer. “If he can’t play, there’s a reason he doesn’t play, but he lets us go, so we’ll keep playing him.”
The only other person to return to the active roster after Cook is Alexander Mattison. Amir Abdullah Is a member of the practice team and will be promoted in the match on Sunday. Abdullah has one allowed elevation this season, but if it goes to COVID-19 instead of a hand, it won’t count as standard elevation.
Rookie, who runs back to Kene Enwangu, faced Denver in the opening round of the preseason on August 14, and his left knee was overextended and injured. He worked in the sidefield on Wednesday. Enwang is eligible to be off the disabled list soon next week, but sources say he doesn’t want to rush him at this point because the Vikings need to regain conditioning.
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The Vikings put Harrison’s hand on the COVID-19 list.Anthony Barr and Everson Griffen return to practice
https://sports.yahoo.com/vikings-place-harrison-hand-covid-200000045.html?src=rss The Vikings put Harrison’s hand on the COVID-19 list.Anthony Barr and Everson Griffen return to practice