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Injury expert says Peterson won't play

ESPN injury expert Stephania Bell believes Adrian Peterson won't be able to play Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons. Bell writes that even though Peterson hasn't been ruled out, other players with high ankle sprains haven't been able to suit up a week after the injury.
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ESPN injury expert Stephania Bell believes Adrian Peterson won't be able to play Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons. Bell writes that even though Peterson hasn't been ruled out, other players with high ankle sprains haven't been able to suit up a week after the injury.

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