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Adrian Peterson told KFAN radio Tuesday that he's 70-percent healthy and wants to play Sunday when the Vikings play the Lions. Peterson has missed the last two games with a high ankle sprain. Vikings' great Chuck Foreman took part in the interview as well and urged Peterson to stay on the sidelines until he's 100-percent healthy.
Adrian Peterson: Saints took cheap shots
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson says the New Orleans Saints went too far Sunday exploiting his injured ankle. AP says cornerback Jabari Greer twisted his ankle in a pile. Peterson tells the New Orleans Times-Picayune says he got in Greer’s face about it, but kept his composure.
Peterson believes he can play
Adrian Peterson expects to remove the walking boot from his sprained left ankle Thursday. He also expects to play Sunday against Atlanta. Leslie Frazier will make the final call on whether he plays, but Peterson says his mentality is to go out and "see what he can do."
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.
Peterson listed as 'very, very doubtful'
Adrian Peterson removed the walking boot from his sprained left ankle Friday, but he was still unable to practice. Head coach Leslie Frazier says Peterson is “very, very doubtful” for Sunday’s game in Atlanta. The only players who are officially out for the game are Husain Abdullah and Anthony Herrera.
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