Harrison Smith, Antoine Winfield sidelined as Vikings resume practice
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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- The Minnesota Vikings' secondary was short-handed when Sunday's win over Green Bay ended. It resumed practiced the same way.
Winfield aggravated his broken right hand against the Packers, and coach Leslie Frazier reiterated the team still is evaluating his progress to determine his chances for playing in Saturday's wild-card playoff rematch at Lambeau Field.
Smith returned after suffering a shoulder stinger in Sunday's second half, and Frazier said on Monday his status isn't a concern. But he apparently didn't feel well enough to practice, even on a limited basis.
Halfback Adrian Peterson, who has been battling an abdominal strain, was absent -- no surprise, since the Vikings have limited his reps in practice the past four weeks.
Linebacker Tyrone McKenzie, a core special teamer, injured his left shoulder on Sunday and wore a sling as he watched practice. Frazier said McKenzie is "banged up" and strongly hinted he won't be ready for Saturday.
The Vikings and Packers don't have to file an official injury report with the NFL until Wednesday.