Case Keenum expected to start vs. Packers on Sunday

Case Keenum

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Case Keenum throws a pass during a game against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on October 9, 2017.

The Minnesota Vikings are dinged up heading into Packers week.

The Minnesota Vikings will be without quarterback Sam Bradford and wide receiver Stefon Diggs in Sunday's border battle with the Green Bay Packers.

Although the Vikings haven't said whether Bradford will play on Sunday against the Packers, it's hard to believe he would play after missing the first two practices of this week.

Diggs was also injured Monday night against the Bears, suffering a groin injury.

Bradford started in the Vikings' win Monday nights against the Chicago Bears but was unable to finish the first half due to his left knee injury.

In his absence, Case Keenum will start his fourth game of the year.

In five games this season, Diggs has 23 receptions for 395 yards and four touchdowns.

On the other side of the ball, the Vikings got safety Andrew Sendejo back at practice Friday after he was held out Wednesday and Thursday with a groin injury.

Easton will be replaced at left guard by Jeremiah Sirles, who took over for the final 10 offensive plays at Chicago after Easton was hurt.

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