Kyle Rudolph Fractures Foot– Out For a Month

Minnesota Viking Kyle Rudolph will be out a month after fracturing his foot on Sunday in Dallas Coach Leslie Frazier said Monday. Frazier called it a “significant” loss. The first game Rudolph will miss will be Thursday at home against Washington.

Nov 3, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Minnesota Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph (82) breaks a tackle of Dallas Cowboys free safety Barry Church (42) and defensive back Jeff Heath (38) and runs for a touchdown in the third quarter at AT

Rudolph has 30 catches for 313 yards with three touchdowns, including a 31-yard TD grab against the Cowboys.

Rudolph fractured his foot on his touchdown play in the third quarter Frazier said. “He just got twisted there. I think (a Cowboys player) fell on his foot when he was tackling him. It was a very significant injury for him for our team.”

Frazier, though, is optimistic other players will step up.

Chase Ford, who played in the ball game and did a good job for us, he’ll play,” Frazier said. “John Carlson will get more reps. Hopefully, we’ll get Rhett (Ellison) back (from an ankle injury after missing two games).”

Topics: Kyle Rudolph, Minnesota Vikings

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