Right tackle Mike Remmers returned to practice Wednesday for the Vikings, a sign he could return Sunday against the Rams.

Remmers’ streak of 45 consecutive starts ended last week in Washington, when he was sidelined due to a concussion suffered against the Browns two weeks prior, before the team’s bye week.

Remmers was listed as limited in his return to practice. He donned a helmet and took his spot to the right of guard Joe Berger during individual drills with offensive linemen.

The relatively healthy Vikings were missing only one player during Wednesday’s practice: safety Andrew Sendejo, who is dealing with groin and hamstring injuries. Sendejo missed a game last month because of a groin injury.

Four Vikings were limited: Remmers, defensive end Everson Griffen (foot), safety Anthony Harris (hamstring) and guard Jeremiah Sirles (knee).

Griffen said he’ll return Sunday after sitting out last week in Washington. Sirles, a primary reserve, practiced for the first time Wednesday since spraining his knee in the Oct. 21 win against the Ravens.

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