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Kirk Cousins will have a makeshift line this week

One of the most anticipated debuts in the league will be when quarterback Kirk Cousins steps under center for the Vikings this week.
But it might not be the best way to gauge Cousins’ progress, since the Vikings offensive line is such a mess right now.
According to Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press, the three regular interior linemen are still out, putting Cousins in a bit of a precarious spot.
Center Pat Elflein is still on the physically unable to perform list after offseason ankle and shoulder surgeries.
Guards Mike Remmers (ankle) and Nick Easton (undisclosed) are also out, and haven’t practiced since last week.
At least tackles Riley Reiff and Rashod Hill are in place, but the middle is manned by Cornelius Edison at center, Tom Compton at left guard and Danny Isidora at right guard.
“Edson’s a fighter,’’ Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said.
“He’s powerful.
Compton is playing like a veteran.
Isidora, I thought he was better [Monday].

AP

One of the most anticipated debuts in the league will be when quarterback Kirk Cousins steps under center for the Vikings this week.

But it might not be the best way to gauge Cousins’ progress, since the Vikings offensive line is such a mess right now.

According to Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press, the three regular interior linemen are still out, putting Cousins in a bit of a precarious spot.

Center Pat Elflein is still on the physically unable to perform list after offseason ankle and shoulder surgeries. Guards Mike Remmers (ankle) and Nick Easton (undisclosed) are also out, and haven’t practiced since last week.

At least tackles

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