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  • Vikings' Harrison Smith: Staying in purple and gold

    Minnesota is restructuring Smith's contract, putting him in line to return for his 13th NFL season, Ben Goessling of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Smith turned 35 in February, but he'll apparently be coming back for at least one more campaign. Provided his playing time isn't cut drastically, he could be a candidate to return fringe IDP value in 2024.
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  • Vikings' Harrison Smith: Clear to play at Detroit

    Smith (shoulder) does not carry an injury designation into Sunday's game at Detroit, Matthew Coller of PurpleInsider.com reports. Despite unexpectedly popping up on the Vikings' injury report during the week, Smith will be available in Week 18. He's 10 total tackles Sunday away from the second 100-tackle season of his career.
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  • Vikings' Harrison Smith: Six tackles in win

    Smith registered six tackles (five solo) in Minnesota's 24-10 win against the Packers on Sunday. Smith finished fifth on the team in tackles en route to the team holding Jordan Love and the rest of Green Bay's offense to just 10 points. The 2012 first-round pick has now recorded 55 tackles (34 solo) this season and has logged six or more in all but two games.
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  • Vikings' Harrison Smith: Four tackles in loss

    Smith started at strong safety and had four total tackles in Sunday's loss to Tampa Bay. It's a little concerning for Smith's fantasy value that he didn't register any QB pressure stats in the pass rush even though the Vikings will utilize more blitzes under new defensive coordinator Brian Flores. He could be more of a factor on blitzes later in the season, but otherwise, he had a solid game in coverage in Week 1.
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  • Vikings' Harrison Smith: Staying on restructured deal

    Smith agreed to a restructured two-year contract to remain in Minnesota on Thursday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. The new deal will pay Smith $8 million in 2023, with $2 million in incentives. Smith has played his entire 11-year career with Minnesota, posting at least 78 tackles in each of the last seven seasons.
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  • Vikings' Harrison Smith: Should return Sunday

    Smith (knee) is expected to play Sunday against the Giants, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Smith was a limited participant in practice throughout the week after he sat out the team's regular-season finale. Assuming he does take the field for the wild-card round, it'll certainly be a boost for the Vikings secondary.
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  • Vikings' Harrison Smith: Won't play Sunday

    Smith (neck) is inactive Sunday against the Lions. It was reported Saturday by Ben Goessling of the Minneapolis Star Tribune that Smith was not expected to start Sunday in Detroit. However, it's now clear he won't be playing at all, and Josh Metellus will likely handle all the snaps at strong safety.
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  • Vikings' Harrison Smith: Not in line to start Sunday

    Smith (neck) isn't expected to start Sunday's contest at Detroit, Ben Gossling of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Listed as questionable for Week 14 action due to a neck injury, Smith at the very least is in line to yield his starting spot at strong safety to Josh Metellus, but whether or not he's active won't become known until 90 minutes before Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff. Considering Smith has racked up 73 tackles and five interceptions in 11 appearances this season, the potential for him to have no guaranteed snaps Sunday may force managers in IDP leagues to look elsewhere for a replacement.
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  • Vikings' Harrison Smith: Questionable for Sunday

    Smith (neck) is questionable for Sunday's matchup against the Lions. Per Ben Goessling of the Star Tribune, Smith has moved past the illness that he'd been dealing with, but the veteran safety is still nursing a neck injury. Smith hasn't missed a game since Week 3, totaling 73 tackles, 10 pass defenses, five interceptions and a forced fumble across 11 appearances.
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  • Vikings' Harrison Smith: Increases activity Thursday

    Smith (illness) was a limited participant during the Vikings' practice Thursday. Smith was unable to participate with this ailment during practice Wednesday, so his ability to ramp up his activity is an encouraging sign heading to Sunday's game against Detroit. The 33-year-old will have one more chance to return to practice in full before Friday's final injury report.
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  • Vikings' Harrison Smith: Sits out of practice Wednesday

    Smith (illness) was listed as a non-participant in Wednesday's practice. Smith was unable to partake in any activity Wednesday due to an illness, just days after he played every defensive snap in the Vikings' Week 13 win over the Jets. Though it seems unlikely the veteran safety will be forced to miss Sunday's contest versus Detroit, his participation in practice throughout the week is worth monitoring.
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  • Vikings' Harrison Smith: Grabs INT in Week 13

    Smith recorded three passes defended, including an interception, and eight tackles (six solo) during Sunday's 27-22 win over the Jets. Smith recorded one of his team's two interceptions against Jets quarterback Mike White, grabbing a pass intended for Corey Davis on the opening series of the game. Over 11 games played in 2022, the 11th-year safety has now matched his previous career high for interceptions, and he needs just three more passes defended to set a new career-best mark in this category as well. Smith also sits third on the Vikings in tackles (72) behind linebackers Eric Kendricks (99) and Jordan Hicks (98). He will look to once again make an impact in Minnesota's run and pass defense when the team faces Detroit this Sunday.
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  • Vikings' Harrison Smith: Returns in full Thursday

    Smith (ankle) was a full participant during the Vikings' practice Thursday. Smith appears to have quickly worked past an ankle injury that kept him limited during practice Wednesday. The 33-year-old safety is Minnesota's third-leading tackler (64) and has paced the team with four interceptions while playing all but one game so far this season. Smith should continue to play every down in the Vikings' secondary against the up-and-down Jets offense Sunday.
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  • Vikings' Harrison Smith: Seven stops in bad loss

    Smith recorded seven tackles (five solo) during Sunday's 40-3 loss to the Cowboys. Smith tied nose tackle Harrison Phillips for the Vikings' third-most stops, as the team's defense was rolled over by Dallas' balanced offensive attack. However, the starting strong safety did not record a pass defended for just the third time in his nine games played this season. Smith will look to help Minnesota bounce back against the Patriots' limited offense Thanksgiving Day.
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  • Vikings' Harrison Smith: Dealing with groin injury

    Smith suffered a groin injury in Sunday's victory over the Saints, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Smith was originally reported to have been dealing with an arm injury, but it has now been determined the safety took a low blow and exited with a groin issue. The safety appears likely to be available for the Vikings' contest against the Bears in Week 5.
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  • Vikings' Harrison Smith: Full practice Wednesday

    Smith practiced fully Wednesday. Smith sustained a concussion during the team's Week 2 loss to the Eagles and was unavailable for Week 3. However, he's since cleared concussion protocols and is in line suit up against the Saints on Sunday. Through his first two appearances this season, the veteran safety has recorded 20 tackles and one interception.
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  • Vikings' Harrison Smith: Expects to play Sunday

    Smith has cleared the NFL's concussion protocols and is expected to play Sunday against New Orleans, Alec Lewis of The Athletic reports. Smith sustained a concussion during the Vikings' Week 2 loss to the Eagles and was unavailable for Sunday's win over the Lions. However, he should be ready to return following a one-game absence as the Vikings prepare to travel to London to face the Saints in Week 4.
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  • Vikings' Harrison Smith: Officially ruled out

    Smith (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Lions. As expected, Smith will miss at least one game after suffering a concussion during the team's Week 2 loss to the Eagles. His next chance to suit up will come in Week 4 against the Saints, but he'll first have to clear the NFL's concussion protocols. In his absence, Lewis Cine and Josh Metellus are candidates for increased roles. Metellus logged 10 defensive snaps in place of Smith on Monday, while Cine garnered just one. However, the Vikings may elect to give the rookie an extended look after a full week of prep without Smith.
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  • Vikings' Harrison Smith: Unable to practice Thursday

    Smith (concussion) didn't practice Thursday. Smith suffered a concussion in Monday's loss to Philadelphia and was unable to practice Wednesday or Thursday. The safety must clear the league's concussion protocols in order to be able to play Sunday against Detroit. If he's unable to clear protocols, expect either rookie Lewis Cine or Josh Metellus to replace Smith in the Vikings' secondary.
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  • Vikings' Harrison Smith: Concussion confirmed

    Coach Kevin O'Connell confirmed after Monday's 24-7 loss to the Eagles that Smith indeed suffered a concussion during the game, Kevin Seifert of ESPN reports. Smith was evaluated for a concussion in the fourth quarter, and the concussion was confirmed after the game. The veteran safety will need to pass concussion protocol to play Sunday against the Lions, which will be a tall order in a short week. If Smith can't play Sunday, Josh Metellus or Lewis Cine could play an expanded role.
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