Minnesota Vikings cornerback Cameron Dantzler (27) plays against the Atlanta Falcons during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 18, 2020, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)

Cornerbacks Cameron Dantzler (concussion), Mark Fields (chest) and Holton Hill (foot) were listed on today’s injury report as not practicing.

But cornerback Kris Boyd returned to the field and was not listed on the injury report after leaving Sunday’s game at Green Bay because of a leg injury.

Listed as limited on the injury report were cornerback Harrison Hand (hamstring) and special teamer Dan Chisena (hip). Listed on the injury report as full participation with shoulder injuries were fullback C.J. Ham and receiver Adam Thielen.

Dantzler was injured in a scary scene when his helmet collided with safety Anthony Harris’ thigh on the final play of the first quarter of Sunday’s game at Green Bay.

Dantzler was motionless on the field before being put on a backboard, carted off the field and taken to a nearby hospital for further evaluation. He made the trip home with the team.

On Monday, coach Mike Zimmer said Dantzler had a chance to play this Sunday against Detroit.

Hill (foot) did not play against the Packers. Fields suffered a punctured lung during the game and isn’t expected to play this Sunday.

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