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Vikings rookie defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd suffered a knee injury during Friday night’s preseason game against the Texans.
According to Tom Pelissero of USA TODAY Sports, it sounds like Floyd will be fine.
Rolled back #Vikings game on DVR. Sounds like Sharrif Floyd is fine, but the tackle diving into his knee is the next play NFL should outlaw.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) August 10, 2013
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Final: Vikings 13, Texans 27 Overall a pretty decent game for the Vikings considering it was the 1st preseason game of the year. They looked to escape any serious injuries, although Floyd gave us all a scare in the 2nd quarter. The rookies shined early and continued to be a force even in the 2nd half with guys like Mauti and Hodges playing well. While we would have all liked to...
First-round defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd wasn’t concerned about his injured left knee after Friday’s game, but increased soreness is prompting the Vikings to get an MRI on that knee.
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Patterson returned a punt 50 yards and also caught the ball 4 times for 54 yards. He did all of this in the first half.
We reported over this past weekend that Vikings defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd will undergo an MRI on his knee.
According to the Star Tribune, after undergoing the MRI, no damage was found in Floyd’s knee.
Defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd never thought his knee injury was serious and now he has the negative MRI results to prove it.
“Everything is fine,” said Floyd, the...
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The Minnesota Vikings lost their first preseason game against the Houston Texans 27-13 on Friday. The first three quarters were a close hard fought game, but once the deep reserves hit the field in the fourth quarter the Texans pulled away with two touchdowns.
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Christian Ponder talked about his short night in the preseason opener, and Matt Cassel joked about his touchdown pass to rookie Zach Line and assessed his interception.
DeAndre Hopkins and Cordarrelle Patterson both showed off their first-round talent.
Hopkins caught a 34-yard touchdown pass for the Houston Texans in a 27-13 preseason victory on Friday over Minnesota.
The Vikings also showcased their rookie wide receiver, too, during a flashy first half by Patterson.
Hopkins, the 27th overall pick in the draft, had four receptions for 52 yards...
The Vikings don’t care much about their opponent. They are focused on themselves, and the debuts of Sharrif Floyd and Cordarrelle Patterson will be closely followed by coaches and fans alike.