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Jerick McKinnon, Charles Johnson Questionable vs. Titans

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. - The Vikings kick off the season on Sunday down in Nashville against the Tennessee Titans and will be missing a pair of reserves, while a pair of skill position players are listed as questionable.

C Nick Easton (ankle) was ruled out for Sunday's game after not participating in practice all week. TE MyCole Pruitt (knee) did not participate in any practices this week and will also be out on Sunday.

WR Charles Johnson (quadriceps) and RB Jerick McKinnon (foot) are both listed as questionable heading into the weekend. Johnson was limited in practice all week, while McKinnon sat out Thursday's practice and was a limited participant in Wednesday and Friday's practices.

TE Nick Easton (knee) was not listed on the Friday injury report, after being a limited participant in all of this week's practice action. CB Xavier Rhodes (hamstring) was also limited on Wednesday and Thursday, but was a full participant on Friday.

Both T Riley Reiff (hip) and S Anthony Harris (shoulder) were full participants in practice all week and were not listed on Friday's injury report.

The Titans head into the season opener with a healthy roster as WR Kendall Wright was the only member of the team to appear on the injury report all week. Wright did not participate in any of the team's practices and has been ruled out with a hamstring injury.

A player listed as doubtful has a 25 percent chance of playing, a questionable listing gives the player a 50 percent chance of playing. The probable designation was removed from the injury report prior to the 2016 season.

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