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Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson says he missed the team bus to Soldier Field on Sunday because he overslept.
Peterson was about 20 minutes late to the stadium for the game against the Chicago Bears, then side-stepped questions after the game about the reason for it. Coach Leslie Frazier said it was ''a big deal'' that one of his team leaders was tardy, but also declined to cite a reason for it.
On Thursday, Peterson said he overslept and slept through the wakeup call at his hotel. The Vikings lost to the Bears, 28-10.
Peterson called the situation ''unfortunate.'' He says he discussed it with Frazier and he's moving forward to focus on this week's game against Green Bay.
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Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin didn’t practice
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The Minnesota Vikings have declared wide receiver Percy Harvin out of Sunday's game at Chicago because of his sprained left ankle.
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Adrian Peterson missed the bus, but he won't miss the game.
The Minnesota Vikings running back generated alarm when he wasn't on the caravan that dumped teammates off at Soldier Field prior to Sunday's game with the Chicago Bears.
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Although he returned to the game in Week 9 after suffering a sprained ankle, Vikings receiver Percy Harvin hasn't played since.
Nor will he suit up this Sunday vs. the Bears.
According to CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora, Harvin hasn't participated in practices this week and won't play Sunday.
Harvin remained in Minnesota during the team's bye week to continue...
In an effort to stop a two-game slide, the Bears will host the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday afternoon. We go over everything Chicago must do on both sides of the ball to pick up the win.
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The Capital Sports Report
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Vikings receiver Percy Harvin didn’t travel with the team to Chicago because of his sprained left ankle. Meanwhile, Bears QB Jay Cutler has been cleared to play following a concussion that caused him to missed Monday night’s game against San Francisco.