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Brian Robison, Andrew Sendejo, Mike Remmers Questionable for Thanksgiving Day

Posted Nov 22, 2017

EDEN PRARIE, Minn. — The Vikings have released Wednesday's injury report in advance of the matchup on Thanksgiving Day against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field.

Defensive end Brian Robison (low back), tackle Mike Remmers (concussion), and safety Andrew Sendejo (groin/hamstring) were all listed as questionable for Thanksgiving Day. All three of the players were full participants in a walk-through practice on Wednesday.

In a short week for both teams, the Vikings and the Lions did not practice on Monday, but the teams did release injury reports based on what the player's statuses would have been if practice was held on that day.

The statuses for Robison and Remmers on Monday were that they did not participate. Both were limited in practice on Tuesday.

Cornerback Mackensie Alexander (ankle), cornerback Xavier Rhodes (ankle), linebacker Emmanuel Lamur (knee), defensive end Everson Griffen (foot) and safety Anthony Harris (hamstring) were all categorized as “full” participants in Wednesday’s walk-through and were not listed on the final injury report.

Alexander and Rhodes did not participate Monday but both were full participants for the rest of the week.

The Detroit Lions have also released the club's injury report Wednesday.

Running back Dwayne Washington (hip) and cornerback Jamal Agnew (knee) were listed out for Thursday after not practicing this week.

Defensive end Ziggy Ansah (back) and linebackers Jalen Reeves-Maybin (ankle) were listed as questionable to play.

Ansah was listed as a limited participant all week and Reeves-Maybin was listed as a full participant all week.

To view the full injury report for both teams for Thursday’s game click here.


Full Participation = 100 percent of a player's normal repetitions

Limited Participation = Less than 100 percent of a player’s normal repetitions

Out = Player will not play

Doubtful = 25 percent chance a player will play

Questionable = 50 percent chance a player will play