Quarterback Sam Bradford did not practice on Wednesday as the Minnesota Vikings prepare to face the Green Bay Packers at US Bank Stadium on Sunday.
Bradford starred Monday night’s game against the Chicago Bears but wasn’t forced to leave the game after re-aggravating a knee injury that has hampered him since Week 1. Trainer Eric Sugarman said Tuesday that there was no new injury but was unclear about when Bradford would be ready to return.
The Vikings’ injury report was the longest it has been all year. Wide receiver Stefon Diggs, who missed a portion of the action in Chicago, did not practice because of a groin injury. Safety Andrew Sendejo, guard Nick Easton and defensive tackle Tom Johnson also sat out.
Starters Pat Elflein and Eric Kendricks were limited.