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Draft Scout *Adrian Peterson News
12/08/17 - RB Adrian Peterson will miss Sunday's game against the Titans due to a neck injury, Cardinals coach Bruce Arians told reporters Friday. It will be the second straight game Peterson has missed. He has rushed for 448 yards and two touchdowns in six games with the Cardinals since being acquired from the Saints.
12/08/17 - RB Adrian Peterson (neck) has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the visiting Titans. This will be the second straight game Peterson will miss. He injured his neck two weeks ago during a victory over the Jaguars. Head coach Bruce Arians isn't sure how long Peterson will be out.
"I have no clue," he said. "It's just something he and the doctors are working through. ... He's walking around fine. It's just a matter of being able to take a hit and getting all his strength back."
12/04/17 - RB Adrian Peterson sat out Sunday after he sustained a neck injury during last week's win over Jacksonville. Peterson's primary backup, Kerwynn Williams, was questionable after suffering two cracked ribs against the Jaguars, but he responded with a big game.
12/04/17 - RB Adrian Peterson is still slowed by a neck injury, head coach Bruce Arians said, adding he can't be sure of the veteran's availability this Sunday against the visiting Titans.
"We'll see," Arians said. "It's strictly up to him and the doctors."
12/03/17 - RB Adrian Peterson (neck) is a game-day decision Sunday against the Rams, but the Cardinals are pessimistic about his chances to play. Peterson, 32, is officially listed as questionable for the game after sustaining the injury last Sunday versus the Jaguars. On Friday, he told ESPN that he was "feeling pretty good" despite not practicing all week. Peterson also told ESPN he was unsure if he would be able to play.