Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Giants' picks: Round 2/46 -- Linval Joseph, DT, 6-5, 328, East Carolina: Joseph is a big-bodied space-eater who can crash the pocket and create congestion in the running lanes. - by The Sports Xchange
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01/08/16 - DT Linval Joseph is expected back from a foot ailment and is listed as probable for the Vikings' wild-card game against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. Joseph has missed four of the past five games. He played against the New York Giants on Dec. 27 but then missed the regular-season finale against the Green Bay Packers.
01/07/16 - NT Linval Joseph, who has missed four of the past five games because of an injured big right toe, practiced again Thursday on a limited basis. Head coach Mike Zimmer said Joseph hasn't experienced any swelling from the practice time and is expected to play. He is a vital piece of the team's run defense.
01/06/16 - NT Linval Joseph, who has missed four of the last five games because of an injured big toe, practiced Wednesday for the first time in two weeks. He was limited and is looking more likely to play Sunday after missing the Packers game last week.
01/04/16 - NT Linval Joseph missed his fourth game in the past five weeks because of an injured right big toe. He's a vital part of the team's run defense, but the Vikings still were able to stuff the Packers' running game, which averaged just 2.9 yards on 26 carries.
12/31/15 - NT Linval Joseph (foot) didn't practice again Thursday and might miss Sunday's game. He returned last Sunday after missing three straight games because of a toe injury. He left Sunday's game briefly but returned. The Vikings need Joseph to play to help their run defense. Otherwise, they have to move the smaller Sharrif Floyd from the three-technique tackle spot to the nose. The good news in that scenario is the backup three-technique is Tom Johnnson, who could start on a number of teams.