Teddy Bridgewater practiced in a limited capacity with the Vikings today. The quarterback, injured in Sunday’s victory over St. Louis,  has not completely passed the concussion protocol yet, and did not speak to the media.

Meanwhile, linebacker Anthony Barr, who has a cast on his left wrist, did not practice. Neither did linebacker Eric Kendricks (ribs), who nevertheless was present and in full pads.

As for the other banged-up Vikings, the news is good. Defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd and cornerback Terence Newman  were in full pads and listed as limited participants.

Cornerback Marcus Sherels (shoulder), defensive tackle Linval Joseph (foot) and defensive lineman Justin Trattou (leg) were also limited participants in practice. Defensive end Brian Robison (foot) was a full participant.

Floyd practiced for the first time since he missing the past three games because of knee and ankle injuries. Newman left Sunday’s game because of a concussion and was cleared today. Kendricks, who missed Sunday’s game because of a rib injury, was running with head athletic trainer Eric Sugarman during the brief open portion of practice.

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