Adrian Peterson and Josh Norman listed as questionable for Thursday

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Washington ruled out one running back for Thursday night’s game against the Vikings and listed another one as questionable to play.

Adrian Peterson practiced on Wednesday after being listed as a non-participant on Monday and Tuesday because of an ankle injury. That was enough for him to get a questionable tag for a matchup with his first NFL team.

Chris Thompson did not practice because of a toe injury and has been ruled out.

Cornerback Josh Norman also missed practice with the thigh and hand issues that kept him from playing last week, but is listed as questionable along with Peterson, safety Montae Nicholson (ankle) and wide receiver Steven Sims (toe).

Safety Deshazor Everett (ankle), linebacker Josh Harvey-Clemons (hamstring), guard Wes Martin (chest) and tight end Vernon Davis (concussion) have also been ruled out.

12 responses to “Adrian Peterson and Josh Norman listed as questionable for Thursday

  1. AP is awesome. He just keeps going and going and going. He doesn’t whine over a little injury. Most of the league needs to take lessons from him.

  2. The only injury Norman may have is Burn marks in his face , from getting beat all the time ! (Shame)

  3. Giving a game to the Vikings! Is there a debate or something this Thursday? What’s the over/under on tv ratings! Three?

  4. @Xbam Agreed. A lot of people hated on him but I liked Perine. He’s much more durable than Guice and was a strong runner. Him and AP splitting the backfield with this new run heavy offense and throwing CT in on 3rd downs could’ve done a good job of wearing out defenses.

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