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Vikings injury report: Byron Murphy Jr. out against Packers

Rookie receiver Jordan Addison questionable.

The Vikings will be without top corner Byron Murphy Jr. for the second straight game as the veteran continues to recover from a knee injury.

Minnesota will also be without receiver Jalen Nailor (concussion), safety Theo Jackson (toe) and defensive tackle Jaquelin Roy (ankle).

Rookie receiver Jordan Addison (ankle), who has been limited in Thursday and Friday practices, heads into the weekend as questionable for Sunday night's game against the Green Bay Packers. With T.J. Hockenson down for the rest of the season, Addison has the most receiving yards on the active roster at 826 yards on 63 receptions.

Mekhi Blackmon, who stepped up in place of Murphy last week, enters the weekend as questionable as well with a shoulder injury. Blackmon did not practice Wednesday and was limited Thursday and Friday.

Linebacker Troy Dye is also questionable with a wrist injury.

Brian O'Neill looks set to return after missing the previous two games with an ankle injury. Alexander Mattison also enters the weekend with no designation.

Ivan Pace Jr., Harrison Phillips and Sheldon Day were all on the injury report throughout the week but enter the weekend with no designation.

Green Bay has listed star linebacker De'Vondre Campbell (neck) as doubtful for this weekend's game alongside tight end Luke Musgrave (kidney), tackle Luke Tenuta (ankle), receiver Christian Watson (hamstring) and running back Emmanuel Wilson. Watson has missed the previous three games.

Starting safety Darnell Savage is listed as questionable for Sunday night's game with a shoulder injury. Corner Robert Rochell (neck), defensive lineman T.J. Slaton (knee/foot) and receiver Dontayvion Wicks (chest/ankle) are all also listed as questionable ahead of Sunday's game.