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Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has a broken thumb, Titans QB Matt Hasselbeck is dealing with an injured right arm, and Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has a high left ankle sprain.
Minnesota Vikings middle linebacker E.J. Henderson is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Kansas City with a sore left knee.
Demetrius Hartsfield knew what he was getting into, even while he was being recruited.
Brett Favre was perfect on two scoring drives, and the Minnesota Vikings won Leslie Frazier's NFL head coaching debut despite Adrian Peterson's early injury, beating the Washington Redskins 17-13 Sunday.
When E.J. Henderson's left femur essentially snapped in half in a game against Arizona in December, the gruesome nature of the injury shook the Minnesota Vikings and reduced some of the toughest guys around to tears after the game.
"Of course I probably feel like that," Henderson said when asked if he could take his usual number of snaps. "But if I was being honest with myself, I probably would say I'm not 100 percent. So, you know, its definitely the coach's decision, but I think it's a smart thing to maybe cut back on the reps a little bit and let it heal up."
A metal rod was placed in the leg and Henderson has said there's been recurrences of swelling and soreness in the knee since the surgery.