Minnesota Vikings running back Jerick McKinnon and tight end Kyle Rudolph have both been listed as probable on the team's final injury report of the week in advance of Sunday's game against the Chicago Bears.
Rudolph, per Mike Wilkening of NBC's Pro Football Talk, practiced fully for the second straight day and seems to be close to all the way back after going down on September 21st with a groin/abdomen injury.
The Vikings should also have the services of young halfback Jerick McKinnon who has been dealing with lower back issues. He practiced fully on Friday.
In addition, Wilkening is reporting that "reserve tight end Chase Ford (foot) is also probable, while backup defensive end Scott Crichton (hip) and offensive tackle Mike Harris (ankle) are questionable for Minnesota (4-5)."
Stay tuned to Chat Sports and our official Minnesota Vikings team page for injury updates all the way up to kickoff on Sunday against the Bears.
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