EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Vikings left guard Alex Boone is on track to play on Monday night against the New York Giants despite a hip injury that forced him from the previous game.

Boone was hurt in the second quarter last week at Carolina. Jeremiah Sirles, whose natural position is tackle, filled in.

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Boone didn’t practice Thursday but returned on a limited basis Friday and fully participated Saturday. Coach Mike Zimmer is “assuming” Boone will play, and he is not listed on the injury report.

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Defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd and backup tight end David Morgan were ruled out because of knee injuries. Nobody was listed as doubtful or questionable.

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