Josina Anderson & Adrian Peterson
Adrian Lewis Peterson (born March 21, 1985), nicknamed AP , All Day , A. D. or Purple Jesus , is an American football running back for the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League (NFL). /5
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Adam Schefter and Josina Anderson of ESPN reported on Friday that signing Adrian Peterson “remains a possibility” for the
ESPN's Josina Anderson reports the Raiders are "catching the attention" of free agent Adrian Peterson.
Countdown's Cris Carter responds to Adrian Peterson's criticism of him in Peterson's interview with Josina Anderson.
ESPN's Josina Anderson confirms that Vikings RB Adrian Peterson (ankle) will play against the Giants this weekend.…
...so the question is, did whomever wrote Adrian Peterson's statement that was given to Josina Anderson actually tell AP what it said?
Adrian Peterson's tagline of "Go Vikings!" in the Josina Anderson interview made me laugh ... nothing insincere about that.
Statement to Josina Anderson from Adrian Peterson: "The reason I'm not attending OTAs has nothing to do with...
Vikings: RB Adrian Peterson tells ESPN's Josina Anderson missing OTAs "has nothing to do with wanting to be traded" -via ESPN
Josina Anderson is talking about Adrian Peterson's comeback but he was on the [Bobbito] J-U-ICE![/Bobbito)
Week 16 fantasy injury report: Per ESPN's Josina Anderson, the Texans have placed RB Ben Tate (ribs) on IR. The Buffalo Bills have ruled QB EJ Manuel (knee) out for Sunday's game against the Dolphins. Thad Lewis will start. The Arizona Cardinals are confident that WR Larry Fitzgerald will pass his concussion test and play Sunday against the Seahawks. Adrian Peterson will practice Wednesday, giving hope that the star back will play Sunday against the Bengals. Eddie Lacy (ankle) did not practice, Aaron Rodgers took the 2nd team snaps in practice Wednesday and Randall Cobb practiced for the 1st time since breaking his tibia in week 6. -Brandon
Adrian Peterson: Reportedly Suffers Mid-Foot Sprain Although the Vikings originally announced that Peterson suffered an ankle injury in Sunday's game against the Ravens, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports that the early word on the injury as that it is a mid-foot sprain. Analysis: Peterson was carted off the field in obvious pain and even left the stadium for a brief trip to the hospital for an MRI. He returned to the sidelines in the fourth quarter, but we still have not heard any reports about how serious the injury might be. However, Peterson did text ESPN's Josina Anderson, "I'm good," so perhaps he avoided what looked initially like it might have been a serious injury. Stay tuned.
NFL - Vikings RB Adrian Peterson talks with ESPN's Josina Anderson about his message to the team (ESPN)
Source: Peterson expected to play vs. Panthers - Vía ESPN - Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is still expected to play against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, two days after the death of his 2-year-old son, a source close to the situation told ESPN's Josina Anderson.
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — Adrian Peterson's fairytale season just gained a final plot twist. The Minnesota Vikings announced Peterson, the NFL's MVP after rushing for the second-highest, single-season total in league history, had surgery Thursday for a sports hernia. Peterson dealt with an abdominal injury during the final few weeks of a season in which he finished with 2,097 rushing yards in his comeback from major knee surgery. Now, after Peterson finished eight yards shy of Eric Dickerson’s single-season record, it’s easy to wonder whether he would have broken that record if not for the injury. Josina Anderson of ESPN reported Thursday that Peterson told her the injury occurred in the Vikings’ Week 10 game at home against Detroit, the fourth of eight consecutive 100-plus-yard rushing games Peterson posted THA TRUTH
Minnesota Vikings tailback Adrian Peterson had surgery Thursday to repair a sports hernia, the team announced. The Vikings began listing Peterson on their injury report with an "abdomen" injury before their Week 15 game at the St. Louis Rams (he ran for 212 yards in that game). The 2012 NFL MVP, however, told ESPN's Josina Anderson in a telephone interview on Thursday that he suffered the injury in Week 11 against the Lions, "but I didn't know the extent I was hurt then." "I just remember getting twisted up pretty bad in an awkward position. My jersey never moves like that. I don't know if it was from a tackle or from me pulling away from someone. I just remember thinking when I saw my jersey like that, that I must've gotten twisted up pretty bad. That next day I felt very uncomfortable in my groin and abdominal area. I thought to myself I'll just wait until I recover but I never did," he said. Peterson finished the season with 2,097 yards, the second most in NFL history. He also participated in the Pro B ...
Sources told ESPN's Josina Anderson that the Vikings are prepared to take Peterson off the active/PUP list as early as Sunday.
ESPN's Josina Anderson spent some time recently with Minnesota Vikings tailback Adrian Peterson in Houston, where Peterson is conducting part of his
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