Sendejo had an interception and three total tackles in Sunday's win over the Giants. Sendejo started at safety and played 57 of 61 snaps on defense. After missing two games due to a knee injury, he has returned to his every-down safety role the past two games.
Sendejo (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Bears, Matt Vensel of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. As was anticipated after he logged full practices Thursday and Friday, Sendejo will return to the field Sunday in his first game since the Week 12 tilt with the Falcons. With Harrison Smith (hamstring) unavailable, Sendejo is expected to start in tandem with either Robert Blanton or Anthony Harris at one of the two safety spots.
Sendejo (knee) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Bears. Sendejo was a full participant in practice both Thursday and Friday, so he's expected to suit up Sunday after missing Minnesota's last two games due to a knee injury.
Sendejo (knee) practiced fully Thursday, Ben Goessling of ESPN.com reports. Sendejo has already built from limited to full participant in drills, paving the way for a return to his starting spot at strong safety. In 10 games this season, he's produced 53 tackles (43 solo), one fumble recovery, and a half sack.
Sendejo (knee) has been ruled out for Thursday's contest in Arizona, Travis Langer of the Vikings' official site reports. Sendejo will join fellow safeties Harrison Smith (knee/hamstring) and Antone Exum (IR, shoulder/rib) on the sideline. With Robert Blanton (knee) also questionable to suit up, Shaun Prater and Anthony Harris are the only healthy safeties on the Vikings' roster at the moment.