Sam Bradford and Stefon Diggs will not play vs. Packers

Case Keenum expected to start vs. Packers on Sunday

Vikings QB Sam Bradford doesn't practice, unlikely to play Sunday

Starting guard Nick Easton will also miss Sunday's game.

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

The news could not have come at a worse time for the Vikings, who are gearing up to face the division-leading Green Bay Packers Sunday.

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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.

Bradford, who has been nursing a knee injury ever since Week 1, played briefly on Monday night against Chicago before being pulled after apparently re-injuring his knee.

"I haven't had him running sprints", Zimmer said, "but he's been around".

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Diggs suffered a groin injury Monday night.

Keenum will get his fourth start of the year for the Vikings (3-2). "(Laquon) Treadwell, same deal". Easton will become the first Minnesota offensive lineman to miss a start this season.

Bradford was joined by receiver Stefon Diggs, guard Nick Easton, safety Andrew Sendejo and defensive tackle Tom Johnson missed Thursday's practice.

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