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Vikings healthy, Colts' Freeney hurting

Every member of the Vikings’ 53-man roster practiced on Wednesday. Returning to the practice field were wide receiver Jarius Wright, linebacker Marvin Mitchell and safety Andrew Sendejo. The Colts aren't as lucky as star outside linebacker Dwight Freeney missed practice with a high ankle sprain.
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