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Vikings coach Leslie Frazier confirmed today that Adrian Peterson won't play the final two exhibition games against San Diego and Houston. While there are no setbacks in Peterson's recovery from knee surgery, Frazier says this is "the right thing to do."
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.
Vikings fans won't know until Sunday whether star running back Adrian Peterson will make the start against the Jacksonville Jaguars in the team's season opener at the Metrodome. Coach Leslie Frazier says he won't make the decision until game day about Peterson, and if he does play, it will be limited. Peterson missed the entire preseason mending his torn left ACL.
Adrian Peterson will likely be a "game-time decision" week one against the Jacksonville Jaguars, according to head coach Leslie Frazier. Frazier wants to "take him through some things" this week before he'll know if Peterson will be ready to play.
It was a scary day for the Vikings on Monday as superstar running back Adrian Peterson was rushed to the hospital after suffering an allergic reaction to seafood. Leslie Frazier says it was a bit of a scare but he expects Peterson to resume rehabbing his left knee at full speed on Tuesday.
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson says he’s “ready to get hit.” But AP is still on the sidelines, rehabbing his left knee. He won’t play Friday night in the first pre-season game in San Francisco, but head coach Leslie Frazier says Peterson is still on track to play in the season opener.