Vikings getting healthier at wide receiver

Vikings wide receiver Mike Wallace was held back earlier in the week, but he took part in all of practice Friday.

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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — The Minnesota Vikings have used their bye week to heal, especially among their wide receivers.

Charles Johnson was listed Friday as questionable to play Sunday against Kansas City, after limited participation this week in practice due to a rib injury that kept him out of the previous game Oct. 4 at Denver. But fellow wide receivers Mike Wallace (knee) and Jarius Wright (hand) were listed as probable, leaving the Vikings at close to full strength.

Wallace was held back earlier in week, but he took part in all of practice Friday.

Backup defensive end Justin Trattou (foot) was declared out. Safety Andrew Sendejo (knee) was listed as questionable.