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NFL Injury Report:
While Minnesota Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph and safety
Harrison Smith have been cleared after sustaining concussions last weekend
against the Chicago Bears, wide receiver Percy Harvin received âmixed resultsâ
when he tested his injured left ankle at practice yesterday, reports Tom
Pelissero of 1500ESPN.com.
Coach Leslie FrazierÂ said safety Harrison SmithÂ and
tight end Kyle RudolphÂ have been cleared following the concussions they
suffered in Sunday's loss at Chicago, while receiver Percy HarvinÂ tested
out his balky left ankle with seemingly mixed results.
Smith said that his concussion âwasnât severeâ and the
safety was able to participate at Wednesdayâs practice in a limited capacity.
Rudolph was sidelined yesterday, but it seemed to have more to do with his
shoulder injury than the concussion.
Meanwhile, Harvin went through drills yesterday and trainers
noted that he was just âOKâ but âdefinitely not there yet.â Frazier said that
he plans on being cautious with Harvin moving forward, making the wide receiverâs
status for this weekendâs game unclear.
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