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  • Vikings' Brian O'Neill: Practicing during OTAs

    O'Neill (foot) took part in practice Friday, Craig Peters of the team's official site reports. O'Neill played in only one of Minnesota's final four games last season with what was eventually disclosed as a small fracture in his left foot. He appears to be back to full health and is slated to work as the Vikings' starting right tackle for the 2024 campaign.
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  • Vikings' Brian O'Neill: Recovering from foot fracture

    O'Neill disclosed Jan. 8 at the end of the regular season that he had been playing through a small fracture in his left foot before sitting out three of the Vikings' final four games, Andrew Krammer of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Head coach Kevin O'Connell had previously said that O'Neill was managing a left ankle sprain when the left tackle initially sustained the injury in a Dec. 10 win over the Raiders. Though O'Neill had previously dealt with a partially torn Achilles' tendon during the 2022 season, he noted that the foot fracture is a far more painful injury. He'll continue to recover from the injury over the next few months, but he should enter training camp with no restrictions, if he's not cleared for OTAs before then.
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  • Vikings' Brian O'Neill: Out for Week 18

    O'Neill (ankle) is out for Sunday's game against the Lions, Matthew Coller of Purple Insider reports. O'Neill practiced fully Wednesday, but the veteran right tackle will miss his third game in the last four weeks. O'Neill returned last week but lasted just two offensive snaps before getting hurt again. David Quessenberry will likely make another start.
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  • Vikings' Brian O'Neill: Deemed full participant Wednesday

    The Vikings estimated O'Neill (ankle) as a full participant at Wednesday's practice walk-through. O'Neill has missed Minnesota's past two contests due to an ankle injury, but he appears set to play Sunday versus Green Bay. His expected return will likely push David Quessenberry back to a depth role.
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  • Vikings' Brian O'Neill: Not ready for return

    O'Neill (ankle) is inactive Sunday against the Lions. O'Neill started the week with back-to-back DNPs, but he was able to close out the week with a limited practice, creating some hope he'd be able to suit up. However, the Pittsburgh product will miss a second consecutive game. David Quessenberry will likely draw the start at right tackle.
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  • Vikings' Brian O'Neill: Could return Week 16

    O'Neill (ankle) is listed as questionable ahead of Sunday's game against the Lions. The veteran offensive lineman could be trending in the right direction to play Sunday, as he's gone from opening Minnesota's week of practice with back-to-back DNPs to logging a limited session Friday. If O'Neill is unable to suit up in Week 16, David Quessenberry would likely get the nod at right tackle.
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  • Vikings' Brian O'Neill: Ruled out for Saturday

    O'Neill (ankle) will not play Saturday against the Bengals. O'Neill suffered the injury in Week 14 against the Raiders and was unable to return to the game. David Quessenberry will likely draw the start at right tackle in his place.
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  • Vikings' Brian O'Neill: Heads to medical tent

    O'Neill has exited Sunday's game against the Raiders with an ankle injury, Lindsey Young of the Vikings' official site reports. O'Neill needed the help of trainers to make his way off the field and walked gingerly while doing so. He ultimately went to the medical tent to be checked on and is now considered questionable to return. David Quessenberry will likely take over at right tackle while O'Neill is out of the game.
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  • Vikings' Brian O'Neill: Able to practice Wednesday

    O'Neill (Achilles) played with the first-team offense during a walkthrough Wednesday, Kevin Seifert of reports. The right tackle tore his Achilles late in the 2022 campaign but managed to stay off the active/PUP list to begin training camp. O'Neill made the Pro Bowl in 2021 and has started 75 of 79 games in five seasons. The 6-foot-7, 310-pound lineman should be able to hold down his starting spot if he's available by Week 1.
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  • Vikings' Brian O'Neill: Won't go on PUP for camp

    O'Neill (Achilles) will not be placed on the PUP list to begin training camp, Alec Lewis of The Athletic reports. O'Neill suffered a torn Achilles late last season, so it's encouraging to see him avoid the PUP list even if he won't be a full participant. Lewis reports that the Vikings have a day-to-day plan for O'Neill's rehab. The starting right tackle appears to have a chance to be available Week 1, barring any setbacks.
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