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No practice: Peterson rests sore ankle

Adrian Peterson says his sore left ankle is “hurting consistently,” but he still plans to play Sunday against Arizona. AP tweaked it against Tennessee two weeks ago. To help it heal, he didn’t practice yesterday or today.
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