Frazier said Freeman showed up to the facility after his first start on Monday night with concussion-like symptoms. Freeman has to go through a battery of tests to get clearance to play again, but Frazier thinks that it will be very difficult for that to happen on a short week.
That means Ponder is back in after losing his starting job a month ago. Ponder started the first three games, all losses for the Vikings.
The Vikings signed Freeman two weeks ago, and he struggled mightily in his debut against the Giants.
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