Both stars of the defensive backfield will participate in training this Wednesday for Minnesota
EAGAN – The secondary defense of the Minnesota Vikings could be back in full against the Green bay packers for the Week 11.
The team announced Wednesday that safety Harrison smith has been activated since reservation list / COVID-19 and will return to training. The cornerback Patrick Peterson, who suffered a hamstring injury against the Carolina panthers In Week 6, and subsequently he was placed on injured reserve, has been designated to return, and will also train this Wednesday.
The noob Camryn bynum played instead of Smith in front of Baltimore Ravens and Los Angeles Chargers, and recorded an interception and a catch. While waiting for Smith back in the starting lineup against the Packers this Sunday, Bynum could retain a routine role in high school.
“We’ll see how it goes,” reported the head coach. Mike zimmer. “I think he did a good job, but Harrison He’s a good player, so it’s great to have someone who can come in and replace him. “
Peterson started the first six games of the season before hurting his hamstring in the fourth period of the overtime victory of Minnesota Over the Panthers. He has 13 tackles and two passes defended this season.