Vikings LB Henderson begins comeback

There has been a lot of Vikings banter in this space over the course of the last week, and the latest updates LB E.J. Henderson‘s comeback.

Henderson, you’ll remember, suffered a fractured left femur during a Week 13 loss to the Cardinals. He stayed in intensive care overnight and had surgery the following day.

Just more than two months later, Henderson’s comeback is underway. He has been at the team’s Winter Park facility on a nearly daily basis continuing his rehabilitation, according to Judd Zulgad of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.

“I tell one thing about E.J. Henderson, there is not a guy in the world who wants to play more and come back from that injury,” said Rick Spielman, Vikings vice president of player personnel. “I was [at Winter Park on Friday], and he was the first one in trying to get back from that. What hopefully will be scheduled is potentially he’ll starting working out in May to try to see where he’s at and then we’ll take it from there.”

— Frank Tadych

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