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Adrian Peterson, Greg Jennings active for Vikings

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Vikings running back Adrian Peterson (groin) is active for Sunday’s game at Green Bay.

Peterson went through a limited practice on Friday after missing Wednesday and Thursday.

Peterson, 28, has rushed for 851 yards and nine TDs this season for Minnesota. The seventh-year pro from Oklahoma needs 300 yards to reach 10,000 yards rushing in his career.

Vikings wide receiver Greg Jennings (Achilles) is also active for Sunday. Jennings is making his return to Green Bay’s Lambeau Field, where he played as a member of the Packers from 2006 through 2012.

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7 Responses to “Adrian Peterson, Greg Jennings active for Vikings”
  1. beerbratscheese says: Nov 24, 2013 12:18 PM

    Even as a Packers fan, I wish both of these guys were fully healthy. Then again, I wish Aaron Rodgers and about a dozen other Packers players were fully healthy, too.

    May the best team win, and neither team suffer any new injuries.

  2. thepftpoet says: Nov 24, 2013 12:21 PM

    Vikings > Packers

    #Lesbehonest

  3. scarab21 says: Nov 24, 2013 12:27 PM

    I have fozzy whitaker and daniel thomas as my starting rb’s due to injuries and bye weeks.. do I pick up and play gerhart? who do I replace? all other options are mute at this pt. or some super sleeper.

  4. emoney826 says: Nov 24, 2013 12:43 PM

    Intimidating. Lol

  5. richcranium2112 says: Nov 24, 2013 12:49 PM

    let the beatdown begin!

    Greg, do you have permission from your sister to play?

  6. 1rockyracoon says: Nov 24, 2013 1:15 PM

    MVP! The single season rushing record is almost wrapped up for AP. He only has to average a little more than 200 yards per game for the final 6 games. Forget it. I just figured out he needs 2 1/2 games(he’s averaging a whopping 85 yards/game) just to rush for 200 yards.

  7. timaug says: Dec 8, 2013 4:28 PM

    FRAZIER PROVES, AGAIN TODAY,
    HE SHOULD NOT BE A HEAD COACH.

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