Minnesota Vikings Injury Report, Week 17: Christian Ponder, Anthony Herrera Probable

The Minnesota Vikings Friday injury update is out, and aside from cornerback Chris Cook, who is away from the team while dealing with felony assault chargers, every member of the team practiced in some capacity on Friday.

Starting QB Christian Ponder has fully participated in practice all week after suffering a concussion against the Washington Redskins last weekend and is listed as probable. Cornerback Asher Allen (shoulder/concussion), guard Anthony Herrera (lower back), safety Jamarca Sanford (shoulder), defensive back Benny Sapp (shoulder) are also probable for Sunday's game against the Bears. They were all able to fully participate in Friday's practice.

Tight end Mickey Shuler (ankle), a new addition to the injury report on Friday, was limited in practice and is officially listed as doubtful.

For more on the Chicago Bears, head over to Windy City Gridiron. Vikings news is always available at Daily Norseman. Stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago for more Chicago sports updates and breaking news.

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