Draft Scout Snapshot: 1st team All-Big 12 w/220-1108-5.0-14 rush, 9-50-5.6 rec in '05, missed time w/right ankle injury. All-American, 1st team All-Big 12 w/339-1925-5.7-15 rush, 5-12-2.4 rec in '04.
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01/11/16 - RB Adrian Peterson started all 17 games, ended the season healthy and said he doesn't need any clean-up surgeries. It's the first time he played in every game since 2012. Injuries shortened his season in 2013 and he missed 15 games because of child-abuse charges in 2014.
01/08/16 - RB Adrian Peterson (back) is listed as probable after being a full participant in Friday's practice. Peterson told reporters on Thursday that he would be "ready to roll on Sunday" in the wild-card game against the Seattle Seahawks.
01/07/16 - RB Adrian Peterson missed practice again on Thursday but insists he will be ready for Sunday's NFC playoff game against the Seattle Seahawks. Peterson sat out consecutive days of practice due to lower-back soreness. He suffered the injury in Sunday's regular-season finale against the Green Bay Packers.
01/07/16 - RB Adrian Peterson (lower back) did not practice again Thursday, but don't worry. He is definitely playing. Head coach Mike Zimmer said Peterson is just being rested, while Peterson himself said, "I'm ready to roll."
01/06/16 - RB Adrian Peterson has played in only four playoff games in his nine-year career. He is 1-3. He has 367 yards rushing on 93 attempts and 41 receiving yards on four catches. He also has five touchdowns, all rushing, including a team-record three in the NFC title game at New Orleans during the 2009 season.
Peterson didn't practice Wednesday because of a lower back injury, but he played through it on Sunday and will play this Sunday.
01/04/16 - RB Adrian Peterson, who won his third rushing title before Sunday's game even started, left the game briefly in the second half because of back spasms, but returned. He finished with 67 yards for the game and 1,485 for the season, eighth best in NFL history among backs in their 30s. Since the NFL began keeping official records in 1932, Peterson, 30, is only the third player in his 30s to win a rushing title. Marion Motley did it at 30 in 1950. Curtis Martin did it at 31 in 2004.
01/03/16 - RB Adrian Peterson, who missed most of the 2014 season, won the NFL rushing title with 1,485 yards.
Tampa Bay's Doug Martin was a distant second with 1,402 rushing yards. It was the third rushing title of Peterson's career, and he became the second-oldest rushing champion in NFL history. Peterson is 30; Curtis Martin was 31 when he won the rushing title with the Jets in 2004. Peterson's 11,675 career rushing yards are the sixth most for a player in his first nine NFL seasons. He passed Curtis Martin, who had 11,669.
12/31/15 - RB Adrian Peterson (shoulder/ankle) didn't practice again Thursday but will play on Sunday. He's typically rested between games this time of year.
12/30/15 - RB Adrian Peterson (shoulder/ankle) did not practice Wednesday, but will play on Sunday. He didn't practice Wednesday or Thursday of last week because of the same injuries, but had 22 carries and 23 touches in the win over the Giants.
12/28/15 - RB Adrian Peterson started for the 112th time in his career, breaking Bill Brown's franchise record for a running back. Peterson also reached 10 rushing touchdowns in a season for the eighth time. He's tied with Emmitt Smith for second place in NFL history behind LaDainian Tomlinson, who did it nine times.