• Smith, Rudolph cleared from concussions; Harvin will test ankle

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Nov 29, 2012
    Tight end Kyle Rudolph and free safety Harrison Smith were cleared to practice after suffering concussions on Sunday. Also, receiver Percy Harvin will test his ankle in practice today. Rudolph and Smith have passed concussion tests, clearing the way for them to be available for a pivotal game at Green Bay on Sunday, and Harvin has returned to the practice field. Rudolph has 39 catches for 361 yards and seven touchdowns on the season for the Vikings. Harvin went through some drills with the team's athletic...
    • Rudolph practicing; Harvin in uniform, but not participating yet

      Rudolph returns after missing Wednesday's practice
    • Kyle Rudolph, Harrison Smith clear concussion tests

      The Minnesota Vikings received some good news on Wednesday as both tight end Kyle Rudolph and safety Harrison Smith have been cleared to return after suffering concussions last week. Rudolph and Smith both were forced to leave last Sunday’s game against
    • Two Vikings starters pass concussion tests

      While the Minnesota Vikings wait to see how star receiver Percy Harvin's sprained left ankle responds in practice this week, they did receive some good news on the health of tight end Kyle Rudolph and safety Harrison Smith.
      Source: ESPN.com

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