Vikings CB Tramaine Brock active, QB Sam Bradford remains week-to-week

Doug Mendoza
September 25, 2017

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs catches a touchdown pass over Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Vernon Hargreaves III during the second quarter at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis on September 24, 2017.

Diggs finished with eight receptions for 173 yards and two touchdowns, including this 59-yard touchdown strike from Case Keenum.

In rushing, Dalvin Cook led the way for 64 yards in 12 attempts while Jerick McKinnon posted 16 yards in three attempts.

Winston went 28 of 40 for 328 yards and tossed touchdown passes to tight end Cameron Brate and DeSean Jackson for Tampa Bay (1-1).

According to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, Bradford is getting a second opinion on his knee Friday with Dr. James Andrews - the man who did Bradford's two ACL surgeries.

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Minnesota activated Brock after cornerback Trae Waynes struggled in last Sunday's 26-9 loss at Pittsburgh. He put on a play-action passing clinic, finding Diggs and fellow wide receiver Adam Thielen (five catches, 98 yards) open at will.

Keenum completed 25 of 33 passes for 369 yards and three touchdowns. The good news for Tampa Bay is that history is in their favor.

Nobody was kneeling on the Vikings sideline, but many players also stood arm in arm, with owners Zygi Wilf and Mark Wilf and general manager Rick Spielman joining them.

The Buccaneers will be playing without three prominent names on the defensive side. Tampa Bay saw several defenders leave the game. He had the back of his leg rolled on inadvertently by a Vikings player during a scrum around the ball in the fourth quarter and left the field on a cart. DE Noah Spence, DE Robert Ayers and CB Vernon Hargreaves III all left at times and later returned.

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