EAGAN, Minn. — The Vikings on Monday activated guard Chris Reed, completing his return from the Non-Football Injury list.
Reed has been rehabbing a foot injury and was placed on the Reserve/NFI list before the season.
He has started 30 of the 68 NFL games he's played for five different teams, including one of the seven in which he played in 2022 after joining the Vikings.
The Vikings also announced the placement of defensive lineman Dean Lowry on Injured Reserve.
Lowry suffered a pectoral injury on Sunday night at Denver. He joined the Vikings this offseason as a free agent and started four of the nine games he's played this season, recording 14 tackles, a fumble recovery and pass defensed.
The Week 11 game marked Lowry's return to the lineup after suffering a groin injury in Week 8 at Green Bay, where he played his first seven seasons.