Sendejo (ankle) is day-to-day with a sprained ankle, Andrew Krammer of the Star Tribune reports.
Sendejo exited Sunday's game against the Eagles after picking off a Carson Wentz pass attempt in the first quarter. If he's unable to play, look for Jayron Kearse to slide into the starting lineup opposite Harrison Smith.
McKinnon exited during the third quarter of Sunday's loss in Philadelphia due to an ankle injury, but judging by Zimmer's update, the ailment isn't considered serious. That echoes the early sentiments regarding his condition, but McKinnon's practice level this week should provide further information about his Week 8 status. If McKinnon is slowed at all, Matt Asiata would stand to be the chief beneficiary.
Barr had five total tackles and recovered a fumble in Sunday's loss to Philadelphia.
Despite Minnesota's strong play as a defensive unit, Barr has been off to a slow start as he hasn't been the disruptive force he's been the past two years. He has just one sack, one pass defensed and one fumble recovery in six games.
Thielen had two receptions for 52 yards on five targets in Sunday's loss to Philadelphia.
While Thielen has bypassed Charles Johnson on the depth chart, it looks like Cordarrelle Patterson (with seven targets) could be the No. 2 target after Stefon Diggs. Thielen should get a steady number of targets, but his upside is limited by a conservative passing attack.
If there's any good news in a poor performance, it's that he wasn't limited despite missing a game due to a groin injury. The