Harvin & Loadholt expect to play Sunday

Percy Harvin's sore ribs kept him out of practice Wednesday but he expects to play Sunday against the Packers. Meanwhile, right tackle Phil Loadholt has an injured knee but also said he plans on playing against Green Bay.
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Percy Harvin's sore ribs kept him out of practice Wednesday but he expects to play Sunday against the Packers. Meanwhile, right tackle Phil Loadholt has an injured knee but also said he plans on playing against Green Bay.

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Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin has played through a lot of pain during his three year career. From migraine headaches to sore ribs, Harvin continues to play almost no matter what. His toughness is drawing praise from teammates, but he says he's just doing his job.

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Christian Ponder might be running for his life Sunday against the Packers. The Vikings could be without two starting offensive lineman. Phil Loadholt (knee) and John Sullivan (concussion) were injured against the Bears and didn't practice Wednesday.

Ray Edwards vs. Phil Loadholt

Ray Edwards had some good practice battles against Phil Loadholt when he played for the Vikings. Edwards now lines up for the Atlanta Falcons, and he'll meet Loadholt in a game for the first time when the Vikings play the Falcons Sunday.

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Minnesota Vikings' running back Adrian Peterson sat out of practice Friday as a precaution. Coach Leslie Frazier gave Peterson the day to get treatment after he felt soreness in his ankle after practice Wednesday. Frazier says he should be "fresher" for Sunday against Seattle.

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He's big, but he doesn't want to be bad -- which he was at times last season. That's why Phil Loadholt is hoping to provide the Vikings with consistent play at right tackle in 2012. Head coach Leslie Frazier says if Loadholt takes a leadership role, "our offensive line will take dramatic improvement."