EDEN PRAIRIE (AP) -- Minnesota Vikings running back Michael Bennett's chances of playing this weekend are "50-50" because of an ankle he sprained Sunday against New England.
Moe Williams, whose 10 rushing touchdowns have him tied for third in the NFC in scoring among non-kickers, would start if Bennett can't go. James Wofford could also see some playing time.
Also, rookie wide receiver Kelly Campbell sprained his ankle Sunday and is questionable for this week. Guard David Dixon suffered a hip flexor injury, but coach Mike Tice said he would be fine.
Offensive lineman Lewis Kelly, who's missed the past four games with a sprained ankle, could be ready to play some at left guard this week. Tice said wide receiver Cedric James, also out with an ankle sprain, was "still hobbling around."
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