The Minnesota Vikings might get a big piece of their offense back for Sunday's game at Philadelphia.
Stefon Diggs was a full participant in the Vikings' practice Friday – his third straight day of practice this week.
He's been dealing with a groin injury for the last month and hasn't played in a game since the Vikings beat the New York Giants 24-10 on Oct. 3.
But he returned to practice Wednesday and made progress all week. Still, Vikings coach Mike Zimmer wasn't tipping his hand Friday.
"He's questionable," Zimmer said when asked by reporters during practice.
But, according to Viking Update, Diggs appears ready to go.
He's been a big part of the Vikings offense when healthy, catching 25 passes for 372 yards and a touchdown.
His production waned a little bit while he dealt with the groin injury. He had just nine catches for a combined 87 yards in games against Carolina and New York before missing the game against Houston.