Vikings WR Mike Wallace probable for Chiefs game

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- The Minnesota Vikings should have wide receiver Mike Wallace on the field Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Wallace, who has been dealing with a sore left knee after getting hit by a helmet in the first quarter of the Vikings' Oct. 4 game against the Denver Broncos, was a full participant in practice Friday, and is listed as probable for Sunday's game. Fellow wideout Charles Johnson is questionable with strained rib cartilage, and safety Andrew Sendejo is questionable with a knee injury. Both were limited in practice Friday, though Sendejo was taking part in drills with the first-team defense. The Vikings had safety Antone Exum working with Harrison Smith in one drill, and whether Sendejo's health or his effectiveness is the main question, the Vikings appear to be keeping their options open at safety for Sunday.

Wide receiver Jarius Wright (hand) and cornerback Jabari Price (shoulder) were both full participants and are probable for Sunday. Tight end Rhett Ellison was limited Friday with a knee injury, but was listed as probable. The only player out for the Vikings is defensive end Justin Trattou, who also didn't play against the Broncos with a foot injury.