Quarterback Brett Favre was limited in Friday's practice as he continues to battle tendinitis in his throwing elbow.
Favre has been on the injury report all season after having arthroscopic surgery on his ankle during the spring but hasn't missed much practice time. The injury report this week has listed him with an injury to his right elbow as well. Favre sat out three preseason games in 2000 because of tendinitis.
Favre almost certainly will play on Monday night against the Jets but the fact his reps had to be limited on the same week Randy Moss joined the team has to be considered somewhat of a concern.
The only player who did not practice for the Vikings at all on Friday was rookie cornerback Chris Cook, who continues to be bothered by a knee issue. Tight end Visanthe Shiancoe (hamstring) and center John Sullivan (calf) were limited for a second consecutive day.