Minnesota Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph (foot) said he has been running since mid-February and has experienced no foot problems.

Footballguys View: Good news for the Vikings and Rudolph here. In order for the offense to run on all cylinders, the team needs Rudolph to be healthy and out on the field. He’s an effective playmaker who will give the quarterback a security blanket. Rudolph is also a quality target in the red zone.

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