It's been nearly three months since Adrian Peterson tore his ACL against the Redskins. There hasn't been a lot of news about Peterson's recovery since he went down, but he is progressing well.
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Peterson: 'I feel like I'm going to come back better'
Adrian Peterson addressed the media today for the first time since tearing his ACL and MCL in his left knee on Christmas Eve. It was the first time off crutches, but his knee was still in a heavy brace. Peterson says he feels like he is "going to come back better than before."
Vikings: Peterson could be ready for 2012 season
The Minnesota Vikings are hopeful their star running back will be ready to kickoff their 2012 season. Adrian Peterson tore his ACL and MCL in his left knee during the third quarter of Saturday's 33-26 win against the Washington Redskins. The Associated Press reports Peterson will have surgery within the next 10 days. The Vikings head trainer says Peterson will need eight to nine months to recover.
Peterson goes one-on-one with Irvin
In a one-on-one interview with NFL Network's Michael Irvin, Adrian Peterson reiterated that he plans on playing in the Vikings' season opener against Jacksonville. He also admitted the first portion of his recovery from a torn ACL was difficult. "Those first two weeks, to be honest ... it was hell," Peterson said. "Mentally, that was a blow for me."
Peterson: 'I'm just not there yet'
Adrian Peterson is about six months removed from ACL surgery, so it's understandable he's not moving like he used to move. "I know my body overall, and I know I'm just not there yet," Peterson said. "It's not terrible, but I'm not to where I know I need to be."
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