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Adrian Peterson underwent ACL surgery conducted by Dr. James Andrews on Friday in Birmingham, AL. But the real news was that Peterson was still in the hospital on Saturday night where he celebrated the New Year with this hospital bed photoshoot, complete with Blue Bell ice cream and family.
Look, you guys want shots of ‘hoes couch dancing Purple Jesus in an Atlanta nightclub? Wrong post.
This is all about grindin’ for 2012.
The Vikings PR machine put out the following message:
“We’ve received word that Adrian underwent successful knee surgery with Dr. James Andrews and is now resting comfortably,” Vikings coach Leslie Frazier said in a statement on the team’s website. “Adrian is in our thoughts, we wish him a speedy recovery and we look forward to seeing him when he returns to Minnesota.”
Resting comfortably? Dude is throwing ragers in some Birmingham hospital. Just pulling so much nurse tail that he has to cover it up with tweets about having fun with family. Guaranteed this costs him at least 3-4 extra games next year.
Bonus shot: Stevie Wonder driving AP to the locker room.
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MINNEAPOLIS Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson suffered a major knee injury last week, but he was able to share a laugh with fans following his surgery.Peterson posted a picture on his Twitter account (@AdrianPeterson) of himself in his hospital bed, with a New Year's hat, a noisemaker and a pint of ice cream. He said: "My time bringing in the New Year was great...
Vikings star running back on New Year's Eve
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While most of the world spent New Years Eve with their loved ones or partying the night away, Vikings running back Adrian Peterson spent that in the hospital recovering from ankle surgery.
Below, Mr. Peterson sent out this picture over to Twitter to show how he was celebrating:
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Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson had successful reconstructive surgery Friday to have his left knee repaired.
"We've received word that Adrian underwent successful knee surgery with Dr. James Andrews and is now resting comfortably," coach Leslie Frazier said in a statement. "Adrian is in our thoughts, we wish him a speedy recovery and we look forward...
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson rang in 2012 in a comfortable hospital bed. Peterson, who was hurt during the Vikings win against the Washington Redskins on Christmas Eve, had successful knee surgery on Friday. Since it was a day after the surgery, Peterson had to rest up and remain inside the hospital on New Year's Eve. Although he was in the hospital, Peterson...
Peterson managed to let old times be forgot as he begins to focus on recovery from knee surgery in 2012.
ADRIAN PETERSON must be happy to see 2011 go away. The Minnesota Vikings star running back spent New Year’s Day in the hospital, recovering from left knee surgery…
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Adrian Peterson's knee was wrecked during the Vikings win over Washington on Christmas Eve. He had successful knee surgery on Friday, so that meant celebrating New Year's in the hospital. Peterson somehow still found a way to party.
Ice cream, noise maker, multiple hats and a hospital gown? That's a party.
While many NFL players took to social media to express their displeasure of being confined to their hotel rooms on New Year’s eve, Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson looked like he had a ball even though he spent his in a hospital room recovering from surgery. “My time bringing in the New Year was great! Thanks...Read the Rest...
Here's the Vikings running back, taking his cup of kindness and forgetting old acquaintance, by which I mean his ACL, MCL, and his medial and lateral menisci. [@AdrianPeterson] More »
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