May 30, 2024

Evans scheduled to miss Sunday, and Mattison and Hall upgraded on Thursday.

The Vikings’ Thursday injury report included an upgrade for Alexander Mattison and Jaren Hall, who are both making progress through the concussion protocol.

Mattison, Hall upgraded Thursday, Evans set to miss Sunday | Yardbarker

After playing a limited role on Wednesday, Hall advanced to a full participant on Thursday, while Mattison played a limited role on Thursday after not participating on Wednesday.

 

Due to a calf injury, cornerback Akayleb Evans appears to be out of Sunday night’s game against the Broncos. Evans stated to the media on Thursday, “I thought I was playing well and with confidence. Going out with an injury is never easy, but it’s particularly difficult when you’re performing well.” This season, despite starting every game, the second-year corner has three forced fumbles.

 

Justin Jefferson, who had been out for five weeks due to a hamstring injury, kept making progress towards his eventual comeback. “Absolutely, I want to be on that pitch. competing for a Super Bowl victory. “It’s difficult that I haven’t been out for a while, but I’m eager to return,” Jefferson declared on Thursday.

 

narrow end T.J. Hockenson, who suffered a rib injury in Week 9 against the Falcons, was limited for the second straight day.

Brian Asamoah II (ankle) and Nick Mullens (back) were also listed as limited on Thursday.

 

Josh Dobbs, the quarterback, was a full participant despite having ankle problems listed on the team’s injury report once more. Complete participants included Dean Lowry (groyne), K.J. Osborn (concussion), and Chris Reed (foot).

 

The only Broncos who did not practise on Thursday were P.J. Locke (ankle) and Ben Power (foot), according to Chris Tomasson of the Denver Gazette and former Pioneer Press.

 

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