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Sharrif Floyd Ruled Out For Sunday's Game

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. –The Minnesota Vikings continue their divisional schedule when they travel to the Motor City to square off against the Lions. WRs Jarius Wright (hand) and Charles Johnson (rib) were both full participants in this week's three practices and are listed as probable for this week's game.

Defensively, DE Everson Griffen (illness) and CB Captain Munnerlyn (thumb) were full participants in Thursday and Friday's practices and are also probable for Sunday. When an athlete is listed as probable, it is a virtual certainty that they will play in that week's game.

RBs Adrian Peterson (finger) and Matt Asiata (rib). T T.J. Clemmings (knee) and CB Terence Newman (ankle) were all limited in practice this week, but are all probable for Sunday. DE Justin Trattou (foot) and DT Sharrif Floyd (knee/ankle) were the only two Vikings to not participate in this week's practices. Both have been ruled out against Detroit.

There are 12 Lions listed on this week's injury report, highlighted by LB DeAndre Levy (hip) and TE Brandon Pettigrew (knee/elbow) who did not practice this week and are ruled as out for Sunday's game. CB Josh Wilson (concussion) is questionable, which means there is a 50 percent chance that he plays against the Vikings as he undergoes the NFL concussion protocol.

Additionally, DT Haloti Ngata (calf), RB Joique Bell (ankle) were full participant's in Friday's practice are listed as probable. The WR duo of Calvin Johnson and Golden Tate both appeared on the injury report with ankle injuries, both were limited in Friday's practice and are probable to play on Sunday.

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