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Vikings SS Jamarca Sanford and C John Sullivan suffered concussions in the 39-10 loss Sunday night against the Bears. OT Phil Loadholt also left the game with an inflamed knee. Sanford and Sullivan will have to go through the league mandated concussion procedures, including tests by independent neurologists. Loadholt had an MRI that was negative, though there is tendinitis. At his press conference on Monday, head coach Leslie Frazier said the status of all three players would have to be evaluated during the week.
Source: Pro Football Weekly
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