Percy Harvin tested his sprained ankle during individual drills Wednesday, but he isn't full…
Smith downplays concussion, already cleared
One down, two to go. The Vikings entered their preparation week for the Green Bay Packers Wednesday with three question marks – Percy Harvin's ankle injuries and concussions to Kyle Rudolph and Harrison Smith. You can now drop that number down to two. Harvin was limited with a ankle injury and Rudolph cleared his concussion test but was held out of Wednesday's practice with a shoulder strain. However, Smith was back at practice Wednesday after successfully passing the battery of tests that are now part of the NFL's post-concussion protocol. He said he wasn't overly concerned about passing the tests, which have become a growing problem around the NFL for players trying to get back on the field without missing any time. With the high-tech diagnostics that are involved, even if a player feels like he's 100 percent, unless he can demonstrate that there isn't any lingering damage from the concussion, doctors err on the side of...
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