Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph appears to be recovered from a concussion and shoulder strain he suffered in the Bears game. Coach Leslie Frazier said he looked good in practice, and he is listed as probable for the Packers game.

“He picked it up [Thursday] and he had a real good practice [Friday],” Frazier said. “He really hasn’t shown any residual effects from either the shoulder or the concussion. He has practiced well the two days he’s been out [there].”

Aside from WR Percy Harvin (ankle), who is listed as doubtful for the game, the remaining Vikings on the injury report are listed as probable. They include:

LB Jasper Brinkley (shoulder), S Harrison Smith (concussion), RT Phil Loadholt (knee) and CB Antoine Winfield (knee), De Jared Allen (shoulder/back), DT Letroy Guion (foot), RB Adrian Peterson (shoulder) and P/H Chris Kluwe.

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