Video: Adrian Peterson says 300-yards rushing 'possible'

Adrian Peterson says his sore ankle is still bothering him a bit, but he’s hoping to have a big game against Seattle Sunday. Peterson told reporters today when he’s completely healthy, a 300-yard game won’t be out of the question. In his words: “It’s possible ... you know that.”
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Adrian Peterson says his sore ankle is still bothering him a bit, but he’s hoping to have a big game against Seattle Sunday. Peterson told reporters today when he’s completely healthy, a 300-yard game won’t be out of the question. In his words: “It’s possible ... you know that.”

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