Vikings defensive end Brian Robison and cornerback Jabari Price returned to Thursday's practice after not participating on Wednesday.

Robison sat out with a glute injury, and Price dealt with a hamstring issue. Both were limited, participating in team stretch and individual drills during the open portion of practice.

The only player held out of practice was tight end Kyle Rudolph, who continues to rehab from sports hernia surgery. Rudolph was conditioning on the side.

Cornerback Josh Robinson (ankle), defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd (ankle/knee) and tight end Chase Ford (foot) were all limited as well. Linebacker Gerald Hodges (hamstring) and safety Antone Exum Jr. (ankle/shoulder) were elevated to full participants.

Guard Vladimir Ducasse said he's healthy, but Joe Berger remained as the starting right guard during practice. Ducasse was inactive on Sunday due to a knee injury, while Berger received the start. At this point, it appears that Berger will get the nod once again, though Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer has not officially named the starter.

Zimmer said practice squad quarterback Chandler Harnish suffered a Lisfranc injury after an offensive lineman stepped on his foot in practice. He’s expected to be out for a while, and theVikings will look at other quarterbacks on Friday for the practice squad.

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