May 29, 2013; Eden Prairie, MN, USA; Minnesota Vikings defensive tackle Kevin Williams (93) adjusts his helmet at the Minnesota Vikings OTA at Winter Park. Mandatory Credit: Bruce Kluckhohn-USA TODAY Sports

NFL: Key Week 2 injuries


 

Minnesota Vikings starting defensive tackle Kevin Williams is listed as probable against the Chicago Bears. The six-time Pro Bowler missed the season-openiner because of a hyperextended right knee suffered in the preseason.

“We’ll have to monitor how he’s doing in between series, just talk to him sometimes,” head coach Leslie Frazier said. “Based on what happened after practice [on Thursday], he was feeling good.”

 

The Arizona Cardinals will have Larry Fitzgerald vs the Detroit Lions:


The Atlanta Falcons have both of their starting wideouts on the injury report. Julio Jones (knee) was limited in practice Thursday and Friday and is listed as questionable. Roddy White (ankle) returned to a limited practice on Friday and is listed as questionable.

 

Houston Texans starting inside linebacker  has passed his concussion tests and is cleared against the Tennessee Titans.

“He’s fine,” head coach Gary Kubiak said. “He’s ready to go, so he’ll be up. Ready to go. Play special teams. He and Joe will probably split some time inside at linebacker, but he’s ready to go.”

 

 

Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Dunta Robinson is not expected to play vs the Dallas Cowboys to be with his cousin who was involved in a car accident this week.

 

 

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