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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Vikings left tackle Riley Reiff's sprained ankle has improved, and the team has listed him as questionable to play at Green Bay.
Reiff practiced on a limited basis Thursday, after missing the previous game. Cornerback Mackensie Alexander was also listed as questionable to play the Packers on Saturday, after sitting out the previous game because of a rib injury. The only player the Vikings declared out was defensive back Tramaine Brock, who plays primarily on special teams. He has a foot injury.
The Packers, meanwhile, won't be close to full strength. Wide receiver Davante Adams is out with a concussion. Outside linebacker Nick Perry is doubtful because of ankle and shoulder injuries. Outside linebacker Clay Matthews (hamstring), right guard Jahri Evans (knee) and cornerback Davon House (shoulder, back) are questionable.
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