Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson who was placed on the injured reserved list with a knee injury in Week Two of the 2016 National Football League regular season said on Friday he will be back on the gridiron next Sunday when the Vikings will host the Indianapolis Colts at U S Bank Stadium in Minneapolis Minnesota according to a report from Ben Goessling. Peterson is eligible to play football in Week 15 since he is the one player the Vikings designated to return from the injured reserved list during the current football season.The Vikings (7-6) are tied for second place in the National Football Conference North Division with the Green Bay Packers and two games behind the Detroit Lions (9-4) for the division lead.Peterson is one of the most valuable players on the Vikings football team due to his excellent running skills with the football. Peterson returned to practice on Thursday. It is likely the Vikings will take it easy on him running with the football during the Colts game since he has not played during a football game in the last three months. The Colts (6-7) are in third place in the American Football Conference South Division one game behind the Tennessee Titans and Houston Texans.News source is Rotoworld.com and the image is courtesy of Pinterest.com
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