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Sport Vikings’ Danielle Hunter officially done for season

07:30  29 october  2020
07:30  29 october  2020 Source:   profootballrumors.com

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Danielle Hunter has been officially ruled out for the season after undergoing successful neck surgery to repair a herniated disc, head coach Mike Zimmer When the Vikings placed Hunter on injured reserve in September, they hoped that Hunter would be able to make his debut either this week or next.

2019: MINNESOTA VIKINGS . • Earned Pro Bowl honors for 2nd straight season . • Started all 16 games, tied career-high and led Minnesota with. Vikings DE Danielle Hunter and Andre Patterson, the team's current Co-Defensive Coordinator and former Defensive Line Coach, recently sat down

a close up of a man in a blue shirt: Minnesota Vikings defensive end Danielle Hunter won't see the field for even one play in 2020. © Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports Minnesota Vikings defensive end Danielle Hunter won't see the field for even one play in 2020.

Danielle Hunter has been officially ruled out for the season after undergoing successful neck surgery to repair a herniated disc, head coach Mike Zimmer announced (Twitter link via ESPN.com’s Courtney Cronin). This was the expected move for Hunter, who has not seen the field in 2020.

Hunter recently got a second opinion from a specialist in New York, who told him to shut it down for the season. On the field, he’s been sorely missed, though the Vikings’ problems have not been limited to the edge rush. The Vikings have struggled to generate consistent pressure without Hunter, and they’re now trying to improve on that front without the services of Yannick Ngakoue, who was shipped to the Ravens earlier this month.

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Vikings defensive end Danielle Hunter is out for Sunday's game against the Packers and for at least two weeks thereafter as Minnesota put him on IR. The Minnesota Vikings recently added a Pro Bowl pass rusher in Yannick Ngakoue. They will be without another Pro Bowl pass rusher for at least three

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When the Vikings placed Hunter on injured reserve in September, they hoped that Hunter would be able to make his debut either this week or next. Instead, he’ll be shelved for the remainder of the season. Even in a best-case scenario, it wouldn’t have been an easy call to activate him. At 1-5, the one-time Super Bowl contenders aren’t playing for much.

Last year, Hunter graded out as the No. 7 ranked edge rusher in the league, ahead of Cameron Jordan, Myles Garrett, Demarcus Lawrence and a host of other big names. He notched 14.5 sacks in each of the last two seasons, bringing his career tally to 54.5. He’ll still be tied to the team for years to come, thanks to the five-year, $72M extension he inked in 2018.

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Danielle Hunter done for the year

  Danielle Hunter done for the year Before the season began, Vikings fans thought the team’s pass rush would have both Danielle Hunter and Yannick Ngakoue. Currently and for the rest of the year, the Vikings will have neither. On the same day the Vikings traded Ngakoue to the Ravens, news has emerged that Hunter will have season-ending surgery. According to NFL Media, [more]On the same day the Vikings traded Ngakoue to the Ravens, news has emerged that Hunter will have season-ending surgery. According to NFL Media, Hunter will have a procedure aimed at repairing a herniated disc in his neck.

MINNEAPOLIS - It appears the 2020 season for Danielle Hunter has come to an end before it ever really got the chance to start. According to Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero with the NFL Network, the Minnesota Vikings star defensive end has decided to have surgery on a herniated disc in his neck.

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