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Ahead of the Vikings’ first training camp practice on Wednesday, here are some injury updates on various players from Rick Spielman and Mike Zimmer.

Danielle Hunter is good to go. He’ll practice on Wednesday. The Vikings’ All-Pro defensive end is back after missing all of last season with a neck injury that required surgery and briefly holding out due to contract dissatisfaction earlier this offseason.

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It seems like it’ll be a little bit before Michael Pierce is back. The big defensive tackle who opted out in 2020 injured his calf a little over a week ago. The injury is seen as fairly minor, but he’ll likely miss the first week or two of camp, if not all three. All Spielman would say is that Pierce has been at the facility working out and they’ll see how he progresses. Zimmer was careful to avoid a repeat of last year, when he infamously said Hunter had a “tweak” during camp and it turned into a season-long absence.

“I’m going to answer it this way: Last year we had a player that had a tweak at the time that I knew he had a tweak,” Zimmer said. “Now things changed, but I got ridiculed for about a year because it was a tweak, and at the time it was. So we’ll just see when he’s ready to go.”

Christian Darrisaw is going to be eased into things. The Vikings’ first-round pick played through a groin injury last year at Virginia Tech and had surgery in January to repair a core muscle. “He feels good,” Zimmer said. “We’re going to bring him in slow. The last couple days he was out here he moved well. We’re going to be very careful with him these first few days.”

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The newest Viking, Dede Westbrook, is ready to go nine months after ACL surgery. The coaches wanted to see how he looked at his workout on Saturday before signing him, and everything checked out. He’ll be out there on Wednesday.

UDFA kicker Riley Patterson is on the Active/PUP list with an undisclosed injury, but “should be ready to go here shortly,” according to Spielman. Whether that means he’ll be back this week or not is anyone’s guess. He better come back soon if he wants to catch up with Greg Joseph in the kicker competition.

As expected, Jaylen Twyman cleared waivers and reverts to the Reserve/Non-Football Injury list. He’s still recovering from getting shot four times a little over five weeks ago. Twyman will be eligible to start practicing after Week 6 and could play in Week 9, but it might be a situation where he stays on that reserve list all year (that’s just me speculating).

Cornerbacks Bashaud Breeland and Cameron Dantzler are coming off injuries. Breeland is “going to start getting out here a little bit now,” said Zimmer. There was no comment on Dantzler.

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It’s not an injury, but Spielman did comment on the Jeff Gladney situation (if you’re unfamiliar, Gladney was arrested in April on domestic violence assault charges). “This is an ongoing legal matter and at this time, we cannot have any comment on it,” he said. “We will address this matter at the appropriate time, but until this situation is resolved, we cannot have any further comment on that.” Gladney is set to face a grand jury in Dallas on Thursday where he will potentially be indicted, and things will go from there. The Vikings and the NFL are waiting for the legal process to play out.

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EAGAN, Minn. — Early in Wednesday’s first practice at Minnesota Vikings training camp, a Skol chant broke out in the stands. Later, there was another.

You better believe the players heard them.

“It was pretty cool,” linebacker Anthony Barr said. “It’s been a while since I heard that one, so we’re finally creeping toward normalcy a little bit.”

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Following a season in which the Vikings had no fans at training camp or home games because of the coronavirus pandemic, spectators were back for the start of camp at the TCO Performance Center in Eagan. It was the first time fans have been able to watch the Vikings in person in Minnesota since the Dec. 29, 2019 regular-season finale against Chicago at U.S. Bank Stadium.

“It’s fun,” defensive end Jalyn Holmes said. “I’m glad they get to come out to see us in practice. That gave us a little more energy. I did hear the Skol chant a couple of times.”

There looked to be about 1,000 fans on hand Wednesday, a number that was perhaps lower than expected. But it was a humid day, with temperatures in the 90s.

Those on hand often were boisterous. The Skol chants were led by Scott Asplund, 57, of Plymouth, Minnesota, who dubs himself “Sir Skolt” and was dressed as usual in a Viking costume, carrying a shield and sword.

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“It feels fantastic to be back here,” Asplund said. “(Fans) are itching to be here. This is part of what I live for.”

The Vikings played four road games in front of fans last season, with the biggest crowd being 16,031 in Week 14 at Tampa Bay. At U.S. Bank Stadium, there were two early-season games in which 250 staff members and their families were allowed to attend, but otherwise the stadium was empty all year.

Vikings players now only can imagine what it will be like this season during home games. Fans will be back for two preseason games, starting Aug. 14 against Denver, and then for eight regular-season games.

“I think the fans will be super loud this year, like obnoxiously loud, and help the defense, especially,” linebacker Eric Kendricks said. “Last year, we were missing that link for sure and I’m excited to bring that aspect back to the game.”

Quarterback Kirk Cousins said he’s “thrilled” to have fans back.

“We just broke our quarterback meeting and we talked about how people are giving up vacation time to come watch us practice,” Cousins said before Wednesday’s practice. “That sums it up right there. Honestly, it makes coming out to practice on a 95-degree day feel like a privilege when you realize that’s what fans are doing.”

The Vikings practiced for about two hours in a low-key workout without pads. They won’t put on pads for the first time until Monday.

Cornerback Jeff Gladney, who has a grand jury date Thursday in Dallas after being arrested April 5 on a charge of third-degree family violence assault, was the only Vikings player not on hand. Sitting out because of injury were tackle Christian Darrisaw (groin), center Cohl Cabral (undisclosed) and kicker Riley Patterson (undisclosed), who is on the physically unable to perform list. Nose tackle Michael Pierce (left calf) was limited.

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“I thought it was a great day,” Barr said of the practice. “It was a little warm, but that didn’t seem to affect us too much. We came out and executed pretty well. It’s a long journey, but it’s the first step forward.”

The fans sure seemed to enjoy it.

“I’m excited as ever,” said Joshua James, 45, of Faribault, Minnesota, who has been a Vikings fan for three decades.

James attended Wednesday’s workout with his friend, Mark Tartaglia, 40, of Bloomington, Minnesota. Tartaglia pointed to how different it is expected to be this season when fans finally will be able to see for themselves last year’s breakout star — wide receiver Justin Jefferson, a rookie in 2020.

“Just wait until Justin Jefferson catches a touchdown pass with thousands of people watching him,” Tartaglia said. “I’m just excited for people to be back and the hooting and hollering and all that goes into it.”

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Football is back. Vikings training camp is back. And after a year away due to COVID-19, fans are back. Roughly a thousand members of the Vikings faithful were on hand at TCO Performance Center for the first full practice of camp on Wednesday, adding some energy — including a few SKOL chants — and a sense of normalcy to the day.

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The Vikings had nearly their full 90-man roster out there on a windy, overcast day in Eagan, with the likes of Danielle Hunter and Anthony Barr back after missing the 2020 season to injury and newcomers like Dalvin Tomlinson and Patrick Peterson kicking off their first camp with the team.

After stars Eric Kendricks, Justin Jefferson, Kirk Cousins, and Dalvin Cook spoke at press conferences in the early afternoon, the Vikings held a two-hour practice that featured all kinds of intriguing performances and notable depth chart and injury information. They haven’t put pads on yet, but the intensity was still high as players compete for roster spots and roles.

Let’s dive into some of the main takeaways from Day 1.

Several key players limited or out due to injury
We did a rundown of the injury situations this morning, but there are a few updates from practice. Christian Darrisaw (groin) and Riley Patterson (PUP, undisclosed) were present but not participating on the field. Darrisaw watched on the field without a helmet, and Patterson — who is apparently close to returning — spent most of the afternoon riding a stationary bike off to the side. Jeff Gladney (legal) was the only player on the roster not present at all.

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Three important players were limited: Michael Pierce (calf), Bashaud Breeland (shoulder), and newcomer Dede Westbrook (ACL). I wouldn’t say Danielle Hunter was limited, but he wasn’t taking too many full speed reps on Day 1, which was to be expected. Pierce being out there with a helmet was encouraging. He had a wrap around his left calf and did some individual drills before heading off to work with a trainer. Breeland started off strong with an interception and a PBU in 7-on-7 drills but didn’t take any live reps in 11 on 11s, with Cameron Dantzler and Patrick Peterson getting those reps as the starting outside corners. Westbrook caught some punts early on during drills, but he then left the field and was without a helmet when he came back. He’s still not quite back to full health after tearing his ACL nine months ago.

Oli Udoh gets first-team reps at right guard
We knew rookie Wyatt Davis was unlikely to start out as the first-team right guard, given that Mike Zimmer always makes rookies earn their way up over the course of camp. But instead of Dakota Dozier or Mason Cole, it was guard/tackle Oli Udoh — a sixth-round pick in 2019 — getting the first reps with the 1s at RG. Rick Spielman said on the radio earlier this week that Udoh “has earned the opportunity” to be part of the competition for that job.

The Elon product looked good from what I could see, holding up in live reps and winning some 1-on-1 drills as well. The 6’6″, 325-pounder has the length you’d associate with a tackle, but his athleticism and strength could easily translate to successful play on the inside. There’s a long way to go, and Dozier got some reps with the 1s as well, but Udoh is a real player to watch going forward. With that said, I still think Davis will be the best right guard on the roster, as he was a brick wall during 1-on-1 reps (admittedly against lower-tier defensive tackles) and had an outstanding career at Ohio State.

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The first-team O-line was (from left to right) Rashod Hill, Ezra Cleveland, Garrett Bradbury, Udoh, and Brian O’Neill. The second team was Blake Brandel, Dru Samia, Cole, Davis, and Evin Ksiezarczyk, with Dozier and Kyle Hinton mixing in as well.

Kellen Mond has ups and downs, makes play of the day
As was the case during rookie minicamp and full-team spring practices, Kellen Mond is always going to command attention when he’s out there. That’s the nature of being the Vikings’ highest-drafted quarterback in seven years and a potential Kirk Cousins successor down the line if he develops nicely. Mond’s first training camp practice got off to a shaky start, as he underthrew this pass for Ihmir Smith-Marsette and watched it get picked off by safety Luther Kirk.

But Mond bounced back, showing some nice timing and accuracy in 7-on-7 drills and then unleashing the throw of the day, a perfectly-placed bomb to Smith-Marsette for a touchdown of at least 40 yards. That one drew some cheers and high-fives for the rookie quarterback and rookie wide receiver.

Admittedly, Janarius Robinson probably gets there for the sack if it were a game rep, but that doesn’t take away from the quality of the pass. If Mond can put together more throws like that while becoming more consistent in his processing and decision-making, he should beat out Jake Browning for the backup job.

K.J. Osborn is a factor at WR
He had a disappointing rookie season, struggling as a returner and failing to climb the depth chart at wide receiver, but 2020 fifth-rounder K.J. Osborn appears to be a different player in year two. He worked out a lot with Justin Jefferson this offseason in Miami and impressed in spring practices, drawing unprompted praise from both Spielman and Zimmer recently when they were asked about the WR room.

With Westbrook limited, Osborn got plenty of reps as the No. 3 receiver with the starters. He was out there when the Vikings did one rep in the low red zone towards the end of practice. Osborn made some nice catches throughout the day during drills, and it was notable to see that he was the last one on the field after practice, catching balls from the JUGS machine.

Westbrook is the favorite in that competition, but he’s still coming back from the ACL injury. Osborn seemingly has put himself up there with Chad Beebe, Bisi Johnson, and Smith-Marsette in the battle for roster spots (and playing time) at receiver.

Other observations
Danielle Hunter made his presence felt in his first full training camp practice since 2019. Not only is he just a very large human being, he had some nice reps early on and also demonstrated his leadership by helping out the young pass rushers.
The usual suspects on offense — Jefferson, Cook, Thielen, Irv Smith Jr. — made plenty of plays like they always do. Nothing spectacular, but it’s clear that those four are the top weapons for Cousins. Their consistency and confidence are easy to detect.
Cameron Dantzler practiced for the first time this year after missing OTAs and minicamp due to injury. He looked sharp, which he’ll need to be to hold off Breeland for a starting job.
New offensive line coach Phil Rauscher is LOUD. He was barking at his guys all afternoon while coaching them up. This was his first practice since being promoted to O-line coach.
One down, 13 to go.