The Vikings are back at Winter Park and practicing this morning after a few days off for the bye week. It’s a windy day in the Twin Cities, so coach Mike Zimmer has his players working inside.

The Vikings were without their top two wideouts during the portion of practice open to the media. Charles Johnson, who missed the Broncos game with a rib injury, was jogging off to the side. Meanwhile, Mike Wallace, who suffered an undisclosed injury against the Broncos, was not spotted.

Some positive news: Fellow receiver Jarius Wright, who only played one snap against the Broncos due to an injured hand, practiced in some capacity.

Safety Andrew Sendejo, who is dealing with a knee injury, did not participate in practice. He was jogging alongside Johnson and center John Sullivan, who remains on injured reserve for at least three more weeks.

The only other Vikings player to miss practice was backup defensive end Justin Trattou, who has been sidelined since hurting his ankle in Week 3.

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