Ryan Kerrigan has full practice; Adrian Peterson DNP

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Washington linebacker Ryan Kerrigan (elbow) returned to a full practice Tuesday after the team estimated him as limited Monday.

Running back Adrian Peterson (ankle) remained out but said earlier Tuesday he expects to play Thursday night against his former team.

Besides Kerrigan, the only other change to the team’s report was receiver Steven Sims (toe) from out Monday to limited Tuesday.

Quarterback Case Keenum remains on the report with right shoulder and foot injuries, but he was listed as a full participant.

“It’s doing well,” Keenum said of his shoulder. “Came out of the game really well, so I think the training room is doing a good job.”

Safety Deshazor Everett (ankle), linebacker Josh Harvey-Clemons (hamstring), offensive guard Wes Martin (chest), safety Montae Nicholson (ankle), cornerback Josh Norman (thigh/hand) and running back Chris Thompson (toe) sat out Tuesday.

Tight end Vernon Davis (concussion) remained limited.

7 responses to “Ryan Kerrigan has full practice; Adrian Peterson DNP

  1. As a vikings fan, I just hope they have been replaying that Buffalo trap game from last year when we were supposed to destroy an inferior team and had our butts kicked instead.

  2. I have to agree with snowlock2013. This is just the type of situation we fall flat on our faces in. The press builds us up and we fall for the hype and play terrible like we had never seen a football. The other team plays hard and smart knowing that they need to put forth their best effort and kick our butts. This is a lot like Buffalo last year.

  3. I don’t think the Vikes have much to worry about in this one. However, as has been pointed out, this IS Cousins, one of the world’s big choke artists. Still, I can’t see even him blowing this game. The Skins are dreadful this year….

  4. A.P. thought he was gonna play a lot when with the Saints in 2017 too. But for nostalgia’s sake, I’d like to see him inserted for a big 3rd qtr drive so that we could see him cough one up again.

  5. I understand Viking fans being gun shy, but even if they were to lose this game (not likely,) they still have a scary good team and it’s still very early. I remain thankful the Packers already beat them. The Packers started the season very green. They’re improving, but 3-0 in the division means very little right now with very difficult games coming up and the Vikings right on their heels.

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