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Tramaine Brock Out, 3 Vikings Questionable For Green Bay Game

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — The Vikings have released their final injury report before Saturday's game against division-rival Green Bay.

Cornerback Tramaine Brock, Sr. (ankle) is the only player who has officially been ruled out ahead of time. He missed practice all week.

While the Vikings only have one player who is officially ruled out, there are others who could miss Saturday's contest because of injury. Three players are listed as questionable on the report.

Cornerback Mackensie Alexander (rib), tackle Riley Reiff (ankle) and safety Andrew Sendejo (ankle) are all questionable for the Week 16 matchup. All three were limited participants in practice on Wednesday. Alexander and Sendejo were full participants on Thursday, while Reiff remained limited.

The Packers will be without their top quarterback and top receiver on Saturday.

Earlier this week, they placed quarterback Aaron Rodgers on injured reserve. Davante Adams (concussion) was ruled out on Thursday.

This story will be updated with the Packers full injury report when it is released.

To view the full injury report for both teams for Saturday'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

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