Since sustaining an ankle injury right before the Week 1 opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, pass rusher Marcus Davenport has only been on the field for a whopping four snaps in a Minnesota Vikings uniform this season.
Heading into Minnesota's Week 4 matchup with the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, Davenport seems to actually have a chance to play.
The Vikings listed Davenport as questionable on their final injury report this week, and if he's able to suit up, hopefully, it will help Minnesota's defense apply pressure to Panthers rookie quarterback Bryce Young all afternoon long.
Other injury updates for Vikings vs. Panthers in Week 4
Garrett Bradbury - C
Along with Davenport, the Vikings could also see the return of starting center Garrett Bradbury to the field this weekend in Carolina.
Bradbury has been sidelined since Week 1 with a back injury, and he's listed as questionable for Sunday. His return could help reduce some of the punishment that Minnesota quarterback Kirk Cousins has been receiving on a weekly basis this season.
Lewis Cine - S
During one of his 13 special teams snaps last week against the Los Angeles Chargers, Vikings safety Lewis Cine apparently suffered a hamstring injury.
The injury is severe enough that Minnesota has already ruled out Cine for this weekend's contest against the Panthers. In three games this season, the Vikings' first-round pick in 2022 hasn't been on the field for a single defensive snap.
Jaren Hall - QB
Minnesota rookie quarterback Jaren Hall is listed as questionable for Sunday in Carolina due to a personal matter that he had to attend to on Friday. Vikings head coach Kevin O'Connell said that he still expects Hall to make the trip to this week's game to be the team's emergency third quarterback.