MANKATO, Minn. Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson's last month has been filled with intense training sessions, legal issues and a surprise trip to the hospital.
Through it all, Peterson has continued to grind through his rehab from knee surgery and is hoping he can finally focus on being with his teammates and eventually practicing with them as well.
On Monday, Peterson missed training camp practice to travel back to his offseason home for a court hearing regarding his incident with Houston police last month. Peterson was back Tuesday, returning to his individual training sessions in an effort to come back from a torn ACL and MCL, and he said Wednesday he shouldn't need to return to Houston again despite hearings set for Sept. 27 and Nov. 15.
"I feel like we're in a good position right now," Peterson said. "The most important thing is no more interruptions. So it won't interfere with what's going on with the Minnesota Vikings and my team, so we'll just see how things...