Three Vikings players are listed questionable for Sunday’s NFC conference championship game in Philadelphia.

Safety Andrew Sendejo (concussion), receiver Adam Thielen (low back) and cornerback Mackensie Alexander (rib/illness) were all listed questionable, or the NFL’s version of 50/50, to play after Friday’s practice.

The good news is Sendejo was a full participant on Friday as he progresses through the concussion protocol. He had been limited on Wednesday and Thursday.

Thielen was still limited Friday while dealing with a back injury suffered against the Saints. Alexander was held out of Friday’s practice, with an illness added to his list of ailments.

Defensive tackle Shamar Stephen (knee) has been ruled out, meaning the Vikings will be down to one backup defensive tackle, rookie Jaleel Johnson, against the Eagles.

Receiver Michael Floyd (illness) returned to practice Friday and is expected to play.

For the Eagles: LB Dannell Ellerbe (hamstring) is questionable.

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