The Vikings will be without receiver Stefon Diggs, who has been ruled out after not practicing all week.

Diggs (groin), quarterback Sam Bradford (knee) and left guard Nick Easton (calf) have been ruled out by the Vikings ahead of Sunday’s game against the Ravens at U.S. Bank Stadium. Quarterback Case Keenum and left guard Jeremiah Sirles are expected to start again.

All three players have been held out since the Oct. 9 win in Chicago.

One midweek addition to the injury report is cause for concern. Left tackle Riley Reiff is now listed as questionable to play Sunday after injuring his ankle. He was limited during Friday’s practice. However, remember the NFL no longer lists players as ‘probable,’ and most players listed as ‘questionable’ under head coach Mike Zimmer have ultimately played.

Three others are questionable: Receiver Michael Floyd (hamstring), cornerback Mackensie Alexander (hip) and cornerback Tramaine Brock (hamstring).

Two defenders are set to return to the Vikings lineup. Safety Andrew Sendejo (groin) practiced all week and will play against the Ravens after watching the Vikings’ win vs. the Packers from the sideline. Linebacker Anthony Barr (concussion/ankle) practiced in full on Friday and has cleared the concussion protocol, according to Zimmer.

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