Vikings star RB Adrian Peterson to undergo knee surgery

Vikings star RB Adrian Peterson to undergo knee surgery

He has only 50 yards on 31 attempts this season. According to reports from ESPN's Josina Anderson, running back Adrian Peterson will undergo surgery this Thursday to fix his torn meniscus.

Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer will address the media later Wednesday morning. "It could be season-ending". "It could be season ending". It could be three or four weeks.

The last time Peterson was out of the lineup due to his exile from child-abuse allegations, McKinnon ran for 538 yards at a 4.8 yards per clip, although he did suffer a back injury that cut short his season, so durability is a concern.

When Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson went down in Sunday's win over the Minnesota Vikings, fantasy football owners knew that an extended absence was likely.

"I feel like we have to go back to work and go play Carolina", Zimmer said. Clemmings struggled in his 17 starts at right tackle as a rookie and was demoted to swing tackle when former Bengal Andre Smith was signed via free agency.

The Vikings haven't given up on their chase for a championship, though.

"They're resilient. They're tough".

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Despite the lone Redskins touchdown coming on a run by RB Chris Thompson , the running game was non-existent the entire game. Kerrigan tried to pick it up, lost it and the Steelers retained possession on their 13 and drove down for their first score.

"I think we went into the season with higher expectations than being 0-2, obviously". I think if you go back past year and look at the things that happened you know we're not the type of team that's going to sit back and cry about what's happening. "We're going to continue to stay that way".

"I was in middle school when he was coming out of Oklahoma", Hillman said.

ESPN reported the torn LCL, citing an unidentified source.

Fackrell said he has monitored the medical reports closely. That didn't help him land a team until now. Looking out for his future, the 31-year-old player made a decision to go with the procedure for obvious reasons. He hasn't officially been listed as out, but he is not practicing. Moncrief exited in the first quarter in Sunday' 34-20 loss against the Denver Broncos.

With Moncrief out, receivers T.Y. Hilton and Phillip Dorsett will be asked to do more. The team didn't indicate how long the first-round pick would be out. My Advice for the Zimmers is stay strong through out the season, win the big games.

The long-range view for the Minnesota offense is not clear. Minnesota does have Adrian Peterson, widely considered the league's best running back, but he's been somewhat pedestrian recently by his lofty standards.

"I've never trusted a quarterback or an individual as a player more than I trust Aaron Rodgers". He became less and less productive last season, and could be at that point in which running backs all get to at one point or another: Not good enough, and that's that.

Charles has not played since Week 5 last season, when he tore the ACL in his right knee.