Adrian Peterson News Archive
Neither Peterson (mid-foot sprain) or Toby Gerhart were able to practice on Wednesday, ESPN.com reports.
Peterson (foot) is unlikely to practice Wednesday. Coach Leslie Frazier said, "Adrian Peterson and Toby Gerhart probably won't practice today. Hoping to have them practice on Friday."
Peterson (foot) is unlikely to play Sunday against the Eagles, ESPN.com reports.
The Vikings confirmed Tuesday that Peterson will not need surgery on his sprained foot, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Although Peterson (foot) said earlier Monday that he plans to play Sunday against the Eagles, a source with knowledge of the situation told ESPN's Ben Goessling that Peterson is unlikely to play.
Peterson (foot) was in a walking boot Monday and will undergo a CT scan, Minneapolis Star Tribune writer Chip Scoggins reports. An MRI ruled out any ligament tears and a lisfranc injury, but he's getting the CT scan to rule out any fractures, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
X-rays on Peterson's foot came back negative and the Vikings' superstar running back does not believe that the mid-foot sprain he suffered Sunday will end his season, ESPN.com
Although the Vikings originally announced that Peterson suffered an ankle injury in Sunday's game against the Ravens, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports that the early word on the injury is that it is a mid-foot sprain.
According to the FOX broadcast, Peterson has left the stadium and was sent to an MRI facility to have his injured ankle further examined.
The Vikings announced that Peterson is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Ravens with an ankle injury, the Minneapolis Star Tribune's Chip Scoggins reports.