Ankle will keep Peterson out of Broncos game

Adrian Peterson will miss a second straight game due to a high ankle sprain. Percy Harvin, meanwhile, is expected to play even though he missed practice with an undisclosed illness that is reportedly not migraine-related.
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Adrian Peterson will miss a second straight game due to a high ankle sprain. Percy Harvin, meanwhile, is expected to play even though he missed practice with an undisclosed illness that is reportedly not migraine-related.

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