Peterson 'ready to roll' against Chiefs

Despite sitting out Wednesday’s practice with a calf injury, Vikings running back Adrian Peterson says he’ll be “ready to roll” Sunday in Kansas City. Peterson got kicked in the calf right before halftime during the Detroit game at the dome
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Despite sitting out Wednesday’s practice with a calf injury, Vikings running back Adrian Peterson says he’ll be “ready to roll” Sunday in Kansas City. Peterson got kicked in the calf right before halftime during the Detroit game at the dome

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