With numerous NFL rumors swirling regarding possible roster cuts and trades taking place over the next few days, the Minnesota Vikings are only concerned with players who are guaranteed a spot to start the 2012 regular season, and whether or not they are healthy.
More specifically, they are most concerned about the health and availability of one Adrian Peterson.
After having surgery last December to repair a torn ACL and MCL after he suffered the injury in a game against the Washington Redskins, many people whether or not Peterson would be ready to play at all this season. But deep down, the man they call All Day never had any doubts.
But just because he says that he is ready to start the September 9 season opener for the Vikings as they take on the Jacksonville Jaguars, that doesn’t necessarily mean that the rest of the team and coaching staff is on the same page as their star running back.
Yet at the same time, the Vikings not ruled out Peterson for the season opener in just over ...