Data Scout Notes: 2011: NA-INJ/P1stC/PMaxwell...2010: NA/PBiletnikoff/PM2nd
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Draft Scout Greg Childs News
12/09/13 - WR Greg Childs, who is attempting to come back from torn patellar tendons in both knees, will remain on the Physically Unable to Perform list for the rest of the season. He had returned to practice two weeks ago, but the Vikings had to make a decision on him on Monday. As expected, they chose not to activate him. He looks good in practice, but still needs more time to bounce back from blowing out both knees on one play during training camp as a rookie last season.
11/20/13 - WR Greg Childs has insisted that he's going to be the first NFL player to return successfully from tearing the patellar tendons in both knees. He's still got a long way to go, but 15 months after he blew out both of them during a training camp practice as a rookie, Childs returned to practice on Wednesday.
The Vikings have 21 days from Monday to activate him from the PUP, release him or place him on injured reserve. "As soon as I came into the door today, (teammates) were like, 'You practicing today?'" Childs said.
08/28/13 - WR Greg Childs (knees) was placed on the regular season physically unable to perform (PUP) list and will be out a minimum of six weeks.
08/18/13 - WR Greg Childs (knees) is on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list.
07/30/13 - WR Greg Childs, who is trying to come back from tearing the patellar tendon in both knees on one play in last year's training camp, is on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list.