Vikings’ Sullivan Suffers Calf Injury

CHICAGO (AP) — Minnesota Vikings center John Sullivan and safety Eric Frampton are questionable to return after being injured in the first half of Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears.

Sullivan suffered a calf injury on Minnesota’s first drive, while Frampton hurt his groin in the second quarter.

Sullivan stayed down after a 3-yard run by Adrian Peterson that put the ball on the Chicago 23, before walking gingerly off the field.

Ryan Longwell capped the drive with a 36-yard field goal that gave the Vikings a 3-0 lead.

It was not clear exactly how Frampton was injured.

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  1. jb says:

    Letting Birk leave was a huge mistake – Another mess created by the current management.

    1. Dave says:

      Sullivan was a HUGE factor in last years success! We have seen what his replacements can do! Ugh! Let’s let him get healthy again and he will show what he can do. Ever watch how quick he is, and how he pulls?? He is on his block very quickly, and his line calls are unmatched!!!

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