Sharrif Floyd

#73 DL / Minnesota Vikings / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 311 lb Age: 26 College: Florida Bye 9

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  • Vikings' Sharrif Floyd: Out indefinitely
    By RotoWire Staff

    Floyd (knee) has no set timeline for return, Matthew Coller of ESPN.com reports. Floyd only suited up for one regular season game in 2016 before sitting out the rest with nerve damage in his knee. He's not expected to play Week 1, but the 2013 first-round pick is slated to be the top nose tackle when he returns.

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  • Coach Mike Zimmer said Tuesday that he has yet to rule out the possibility of Floyd (knee) getting on the field at some point during training camp, Chris Tomasson of The Pioneer Press reports. Floyd is working his way back from nerve damage in his right knee and has not been able to participate in any of Minnesota's offseason activities. However, Zimmer did note that Floyd has shown improvement of late, which makes him optimistic that the former first-rounder will be able to get back on the field at some point this summer. Still, the team has yet to release any official timetable for Floyd's return from a complicated issue, so he'll remain on the active/Non-Football Injury list until further notice.

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  • Vikings' Sharrif Floyd: Struggling with nerve damage
    By RotoWire Staff

    Floyd's (knee) career is in flux as he continues to struggle to recover nerve damage suffered during knee surgery in September, Chris Wesseling of NFL.com reports. Floyd was reportedly struggling in his rehab but it wasn't clear until recently the issues he was dealing with. The nerve that controls the quadriceps still isn't firing in Floyd's right leg, and doctors are unsure when or if the nerve will heal. It remains a possibility that the former first-round pick will be able to play in 2017, but he's without a return timetable until his knee begins to show signs of progress.

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  • Vikings' Sharrif Floyd: Knee remains an issue
    By RotoWire Staff

    Floyd, who appeared in one game last season after going under the knife in mid-September to clean up his knee, is not back to full speed. "He's trying to get healthy. He's got this thing with his leg. I don't know if I should get too specific with it," head coach Mike Zimmer told a local radio station as conveyed by the Minneapolis Star Tribune. "We're just waiting for it to get healthy and if that's the case then I think he can have a good year." Minnesota signed defensive tackle Datone Jones in free agency, which likely shows the Vikings are not confident Floyd will be healthy for the 2017 season. However, Floyd has plenty of time to recover and be ready for training camp.

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  • Vikings' Sharrif Floyd: Shelved on IR
    By RotoWire Staff

    Floyd (knee) was placed on injured reserve Monday, ESPN reports. Floyd only appeared in one game this season after going under the knife in mid-September to clean up his knee. While the Vikings held out hope their former first-rounder would return to full strength at some point this season, they ultimately decided it wasn't worth reserving a roster spot any longer for his potential return. Fellow defensive tackle Toby Johnson was called up from the practice squad in a corresponding move.

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