Sendejo limited in practice after concussion vs Saints
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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) Minnesota Vikings safety Andrew Sendejo is working his way back from a concussion that forced him out of the previous game.
Sendejo took part in a limited portion of practice Thursday for the second straight day, after a hit to the head from New Orleans wide receiver Michael Thomas knocked him to the turf and out of the game. The Vikings beat the Saints to advance to the NFC championship game at Philadelphia.
Wide receiver Adam Thielen was also a limited participant at practice Thursday after being held out the day before because of a lower back injury.
Wide receiver Michael Floyd didn't practice on Thursday because of an illness. Another backup, defensive tackle Shamar Stephen, was held out Thursday for the second straight day with knee and ankle injuries.
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Updated January 18, 2018