Vikings star rests sprained ankle

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Randy Moss didn't practice with the
Minnesota Vikings on Wednesday because of a sprained right ankle,
but he's listed as probable for Sunday's playoff game at

The wide receiver aggravated the injury several times during his
seven-year career, most recently in Minnesota's 31-17 win at Green Bay last week.

A partial hamstring tear caused Moss to miss three games this
season and play sparingly in two others.

Also held out of practice were strong safety Corey Chavous, who is doubtful with a broken left elbow, and running back Moe Williams, doubtful with a sprained right ankle.

Wide receiver Kelly Campbell, who has a separated right
shoulder, and linebacker Mike Nattiel, who has a hyperextended
right knee, did practice and are probable for the Eagles game.