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10/08/15 - CB Xavier Rhodes continues to be the team's best cover man, but he had a rough second half, particularly the first series of the third quarter. During that series, Rhodes was flagged for pass interference, a horse-collar tackle and gave up a 43-yard completion. Rhodes also was flagged for pass interference on Denver's game-winning field goal drive late in the fourth quarter.
10/04/15 - CB Xavier Rhodes had a tough day in the secondary, getting flagged three times. He was called for pass interference and a horse-collar tackle during a drive that ended in a Broncos touchdown in the third quarter and drew another pass-interference call during the fourth-quarter drive that ended in a tiebreaking field goal by Denver.
10/01/15 - CB Xavier Rhodes (concussion/neck) had full participation again in Thursday's practice and will play, barring a setback. He is the Vikings' top cornerback and usually shadows the other team's top receiver. Losing him would be a serious blow going up against Peyton Manning.
09/30/15 - CB Xavier Rhodes, who suffered a concussion late in the first half of Sunday's game, was cleared Wednesday to practice. He had full participation and should play, barring a setback. He's expected to shadow No. 1 receiver Demaryius Thomas
09/28/15 - CB Xavier Rhodes suffered a concussion when his neck was bent back in a second-quarter collision with safety Andrew Sendejo. Rhodes, the team's top corner, did not return. Monday afternoon, coach Mike Zimmer said Rhodes suffered no other injuries in the collision and that he had already passed on of the tests in the NFL's concussion protocol