The Vikings will have running back

 Dalvin Cook tonight. He was not among the team’s inactives after being listed as questionable in the status report Wednesday.Cook was limited in practice Tuesday and Wednesday after sitting out Monday.Vikings starting left tackle Riley Reiff (foot) also is active. The team listed him as questionable. Minnesota’s inactives are quarterback Kyle Sloter Womens Tom Compton Jersey , cornerback Marcus Sherels (ribs), safety Anthony Harris (hamstring), guard Bryan Witzmann, defensive tackle Jalyn Holmes, defensive tackle Tom Johnson (ankle) and defensive end Everson Griffen (knee/not injury related).The Rams will have cornerback Marcus Peters, though he might not start because of his injured calf. He went through a pregame test and apparently passed to the team’s satisfaction they can use him at least in an emergency situation.The Rams, though, won’t have outside linebacker Dominique Easley, listed as questionable with a knee injury. Matt Longacre will start in his place. The Rams’ other inactives are kicker Greg Zuerlein (groin), returner JoJo Natson (hand), insider linebacker Mark Barron (ankle) Womens Danielle Hunter Jersey , running back John Kelly, defensive tackle Sebastian Joseph-Day and defensive tackle Tanzel Smart.Report: Vikings sign DT Tom Johnson In the off-season, the Minnesota Vikings bade farewell to DT Tom Johnson. Johnson was one of the more under rated free agent signings in the Rick Spielman era, having four productive seasons with the team. Originally signed to be a backup to Shariff Floyd, Johnson took over the starting job when Floyd was hurt. In the off-season, the Vikings signed DT Sheldon Richardson from the Seahawks, and Johnson ended up signing with Seattle during free agency.Late last week, though, Seattle had to release Johnson, as they had a laundry list of injured players, and they needed to sign guys at other positions. To keep the roster at 53 players Authentic Brett Jones Jersey , Seattle released Johnson, with the intention of signing him back this week.Yeah, that ain’t happening now:The Vikings pulled another bit of a Poison Pill scenario on the Seahawks, signing him before Seattle could re-sign him. Now, Johnson adds to what I think is a legitimately monstrous rotation of players at every position.That still leaves unfinished business for the Vikings, as two players will have to be cut, with the impending signing of Dan Bailey looming. Either way, the only missing starter from last year’s defense is back, and it’s welcome news for everyone.Welcome back Tom Johnson, and if we ever make a movie out of this we’ll call it Poison Pill II: Sebatian Thunderbucket’s Johnson.