EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) -- The Minnesota Vikings have begun yet another week without their starting quarterback set.
Christian Ponder lost a fumble and threw two interceptions that led to 17 points for Seattle on Sunday. Matt Cassel replaced him, and he was picked off, too, setting the Seahawks up for a field goal. Josh Freeman was inactive for the game.
Coach Leslie Frazier wasn't ready on Monday to declare who will play this week at Green Bay. He said that may happen Wednesday and that all three quarterbacks are healthy enough to play.
Running back Adrian Peterson is ailing with a sore groin. Frazier said his status for the Packers game is unclear.
Vikings cornerback Josh Robinson broke his sternum and will miss at least four to six weeks.
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