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John Carlson is hoping his first game action with the Vikings is a positive outing as he returns from knee surgery, but his Vikings debut will come under his fifth offense in five NFL seasons.
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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Back at practice Monday for the start of the first week of the regular season, Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier was making no assurances on the availability of star running back Adrian Peterson.
Frazier said he wants to see how Peterson does in practice this week and said the team will wait to make the decision whether to activate Peterson right up until...
Well, Donovan McNabb may be accepting reality. The season starts today and he’s yet to work out for a team – let alone sign with one. As perception becomes reality, McNabb is ready to move on and put the game behind him.
McNabb, 35, last seen the football field as a member of the Minnesota Vikings before asking for his release. He requested to be released in hopes of landing...
Accordin to Kevin Seifert of ESPN.com, Minnesota Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier told 1500 ESPN Radio in Minneapolis that defenders will be allowed to fully hit running back Adrian Peterson in today’s practice.
Leslie Frazier tells 1500ESPN.com that defenders can hit Adrian Peterson w/out limitations today in prax for first time. #Vikings
— Kevin Seifert (@espn_nfcnblog) September...
MINNEAPOLIS - Despite his return to practice and his well-publicized goal of wanting to play in the season opener, running back Adrian Peterson's status for Sunday's game against the Jaguars won't be decided until the Vikings turn in their list of inactives 90 minutes before kickoff. "Without question, that's what we'll do," coach Leslie Frazier said...
Updates. With AP Photos. By JON KRAWCZYNSKI AP Sports Writer Playing in the season opener has been at the forefront of Adrian Peterson's mind almost since he went down with a torn left ACL in the second-to-last game of the 2011 season.
How long it has taken other running backs to return from the injury doesn't concern Peterson. The Minnesota Vikings' star running back...
With Adrian Peterson on the comeback trail, there is little question who is the Vikings’ biggest offensive playmaker. Percy Harvin showed just how productive he can be last year when Peterson was struggling with ankle and knee injuries, even if Harvin downplayed it.
According to Tom Pelissero of 1500 ESPN Radio, Minnesota Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier has indicated that running back Adrian Peterson (knee) will be a game time decision this week.
Frazier says #Vikings “without question” will take Adrian Peterson decision up to Sunday.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) September 3, 2012
Even if Peterson plays this week, I wouldn’t...
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Vikings running back Adrian Peterson will be limited if he plays Sunday in the regular-season opener, head coach Leslie Frazier said Monday.
The Minnesota Vikings came to Reliant Stadium to play the Houston Texans in the final preseason game for the two ball clubs. The Texans and Vikings started their second team offenses and defenses for this game. Both Teams moved the ball with rather significant ease, and the game turned out to be a shootout. At the end of regulation if you were to look at the stats alone it would...
It wouldn't be a Minnesota Vikings' game week without a little Green Bay Packers' bashing, even though we aren't playing them on Sunday. I don't even know who THEY are playing, for that matter. San Francisco?! Boring. Maybe all of the Packers and all of the 49ers should just forfeit the game and spend three hours making out and groping each others' nut cups...
Jacksonville at Minnesota Sunday, 1:00 p.m. ET, at Mall of America Field, Minneapolis - TV: CBS; DirecTV: 710 *TV announcers: Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcots *Keys to the game: Vikings coach Leslie Frazier continues to temper excitement building for Adrian Peterson's return to action for the first time since a Christmas Eve knee injury and said he'll be a game-time decision...