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Jared Allen added to injury report

Posted by: under Injury report, Vikings, Vikings players, Bernard Berrian, Brett Favre, Chad Greenway, Jared Allen, John Sullivan, Sidney Rice Updated: November 24, 2010 - 3:31 PM

Safety Jamarca Sanford (hamstring) was the only Vikings players who missed Wednesday's practice because of injury.

Defensive end Jared Allen (neck) and safety Husain Abdullah (ankle) were added with new injuries from Sunday's loss to Green Bay. Both players were limited.

Also limited were Brett Favre (ankle, foot, right shoulder), wide receiver Bernard Berrian (groin) and safety Eric Frampton (hamstring).

Linebacker Chad Greenway (eye), wide receiver Sidney Rice (hip) and center John Sullivan (calf) had full participation. 

Washington had a lengthy injury report with 14 players listed, including five who did not practice. Running back Clinton Portis (abdomen) was placed on injured reserve.

Washington's players who did not participate Wednesday were linebacker Lorenzo Alexander (hamstring), defensive end Jeremy Jarmon (hamstring), safety LaRon Landry (achilles), linebacker Rocky McIntosh (thigh) and running back Ryan Torain (hamstring).

Washington had seven players limited, including wide receiver Santana Moss (knee), cornerback Carlos Rogers (hamstring) and offensive guard Artis Hicks (thigh).

Quarterback Donovan McNabb (hamstring) is listed but he had full participation. 


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