NFL inactives, Week 10: Lions vs. Vikings

Stephen Brashear

Percy Harvin and Corey Williams are among the notable inactives for Sunday's Vikings-Lions game.

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin is inactive Sunday against the Detroit Lions after spraining his ankle last week against the Seattle Seahawks. Harvin had been listed as doubtful on the injury reports this week.

Other inactive players for Minnesota are quarterback McLeod Bethel-Thompson, defensive back Brandon Burton, linebacker Marvin Mitchell, offensive lineman Mark Asper, tight end Allen Reisner and defensive tackle Letroy Guion.

The Lions will still be without defensive tackle Corey Williams, who has missed two games due to a knee injury. The team also remains without starting safety Louis Delmas, who has played in just three games this season.

Other inactives for the Lions are defensive back Amari Spievey, offensive lineman Corey Hilliard, offensive lineman Jason Fox, quarterback Kellen Moore and wide receiver Brian Robiskie.

The Vikings beat the Lions in Detroit, 20-13, earlier this season, despite not scoring an offensive touchdown. Harvin's 105-yard kickoff return for a touchdown provided one of Minnesota's scores in that game.

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