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According to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, Vikings running back Adrian Peterson (foot) says he's playing in Week 16.Fantasy Spin:Peterson missed last week's game against the Eagles due to the foot sprain he suffered in Week 14, but he wanted to play through the injury. Fantasy owners can expect him to play against the Bengals.
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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Leslie Frazier shouldn't haveto have any difficult conversations with Adrian Peterson this week.Frazier held Peterson out of last week's game with asprained foot, even though Peterson wanted to play by the time Sunday's gamerolled around. Frazier classified his talk with Peterson as "not an easyconversation" but both sides expect Peterson...
The Vikings plan on listing running back Adrian Peterson as questionable for this week’s game against the Bengals.
Leslie Frazier said Adrian Peterson will be listed as questionable
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Peterson believes he’ll play.
#Vikings RB Adrian Peterson on playing Sunday vs. #Bengals: "As far as the...
Adrian Peterson will be playing in today’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Peterson missed last weeks game with a foot injury but will return to the field on Sunday against the Bengals. During the week Peterson participated in two limited practice sessions but made no secret that he was playing.
Not playing last week left #Vikings RB Adrian Peterson a little miffed. No worries...
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is “ready to roll” after missing last weeks game.
The star running back suffered a sprained foot against the Baltimore Ravens and sat out of last weeks winning game (30-48) against the Philadelphia Eagles. But, he’s ready to play.
“I’ve got another day to rest,” he said Friday. “Tomorrow is going to be good. As far...
Adrian Peterson is a gamer, that’s part of why he’s so great on the field.
After nursing a foot injury suffered in Week 14′s game vs the Ravens the Vikings sat Peterson out last Sunday, much to his displeasure. Now the Vikings are listing him as questionable in the upcoming game vs the Bengals, and again Peterson has let his feelings be known, via ESPN:
“I’ve got another...
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson , listed as questionable (foot) on the NFL injury report for Sunday's game at Cincinnati, said he was "ready to roll" on Friday.
Peterson was inactive vs. the Eagles in Week 15, and was not happy about it, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reported.
Peterson, whose 1,221 yards on the ground put him second in the NFL to Philadelphia...
According to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, Vikings running back Adrian Peterson (foot) is active and playing in Week 16.Fantasy Spin:Peterson missed last week's game against the Eagles due to the foot sprain he suffered in Week 14, but he wanted to play through the injury. He's a must start.
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson had 45 yards on 11 carries Sunday at Cincinnati after missing Week 15 due to a sprained foot.Fantasy Spin:Minnesota fell behind 28-7 by halftime and there was no reason to put Peterson at risk after that. He had just one touch in the second half.
Adrian Peterson’s 2,097 yards in 2012 were built on turning average runs into big gains. That hasn’t happened in 2013. Plus, an in-depth look at the statistics between the Vikings and Bengals.
Adrian Peterson returned to practice for the Minnesota Vikings
on Friday and is expected to play in Sunday's game at Cincinnati as
long as he doesn't have any setbacks with his sprained right
According to multiple reports, Minnesota Vikings running back, Adrian Peterson, says he’s “ready to roll”, and will play Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. Peterson is coming off a foot injury, and at this point in the season, Peterson is really just trying to pad his stats. So far, he has rushed for 1,221 yards and 10 touchdowns. These numbers aren’t unusual for...
The Vikings may have one of the longest injury reports in the NFL, however lucky for them there aren't too many serious injuries on it. Adrian Peterson is probably the biggest name listed but he looks to be ready for the game against the Cincinnati Bengals.Peterson, whose 1221 yards is second in the league, was immensely disappointed that he had to miss last week's match...
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson doesn’t plan to sit out Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals. “I’ve got another day to rest,” Peterson said Friday. “Tomorrow is going to be good. As far as the foot goes, I’ll be ready to roll.” Peterson, who missed last Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles, is listed as questionable for Sunday’s...
Leslie Frazier’s job is in jeopardy with the Minnesota Vikings, but he has the support of two of the team’s top players. According to Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press, Adrian Peterson went to bat for Frazier last week and plans to lobby again for the coach to keep his job. “I’m definitely […]
In most leagues this is championship week. It also means 80 percent or more of players are done for the season. For those who still remain, let’s take a look at the key injuries that can make or break your title dreams.
Adrian Peterson (foot, groin) was limited in practice the last couple days as was Toby Gerhart (hamstring) and Matt Asiata didn’t practice either so the Vikings’...