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His controversial tweets got serious exposure on Tucker Carlson Tonight.
The Vikings have a tough test in Washington this week, especially if Robert Griffin III starts for the Redskins. He suffered a concussion against Atlanta on Sunday, but the latest word from the nation's capital is that RGIII is feeling fine and will likely play.
Minnesota Vikings' running back Adrian Peterson sat out of practice Friday as a precaution. Coach Leslie Frazier gave Peterson the day to get treatment after he felt soreness in his ankle after practice Wednesday. Frazier says he should be "fresher" for Sunday against Seattle.
A few of the Vikings' offensive stars were banged up during the week of practice, but they look like they'll be ready to go full speed on Sunday. Percy Harvin and Adrian Peterson were full participants in Friday's practice, but Jerome Simpson remains questionable with a back issue.
The Vikings final injury report of the week lists safety Husain Abdullah as out for Sunday's game against Oakland. He suffered a concussion in Monday's loss to Green Bay. Linebacker Erin Henderson and tight end Visanthe Shiancoe are questionable. Both are dealing with hamstring injuries.
If Robert Griffin III starts at quarterback for the Redskins on Sunday, the Vikings won't be treating him like a normal QB. Defensive end Everson Griffen says they have to "treat him like a running back." Griffin has 241 rushing yards, which is more than Titans' tailback Chris Johnson.