Adrian Peterson and Maurice Jones Drew to play limited roles when Vikings play Jaguars

Two of the NFL's top running backs will be limited when the Vikings and Jaguars meet in the season opener on Sunday. Vikings' head coach Leslie Frazier says Adrian Peterson is still a game-time decision, and will be limited if he does play. Jaguars' star Maurice Jones Drew will also be limited.
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