The Vikings got some good news on Wednesday, which is bad news for their opponents. Running back Adrian Peterson, nursing an ankle injury that has caused him to miss plenty of practice time, practiced on a limited basis.
The injury hasn’t affected Peterson in games. He has two straight 100-plus-yard games.
Also limited were receiver Percy Harvin (hamstring), safety Mistral Raymond (ankle), and cornerback Antoine Winfield (knee).
Fully participating in practice were tackle Fred Evans (knee), defensive tackle Letroy Guion (ribs), linebacker Erin Henderson (elbow), punter Chris Kluwe (left knee), and quarterback Christian Ponder (knee).
The 5-3 Vikings head to Seattle on Sunday, 11 days after being blown out at home by the Buccaneers on Thursday night.