"He's stiff and sore," Head Coach Jim Fassel said. "His neck is bothering him
a little bit. We just want to check everything out."
Peterson is still listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Indianapolis.
"I definitely think he wants to play, and I think he feels like he can play,"
Fassel said. "We'll just have to see. I don't have to make that decision
If Peterson can't play, Jason Sehorn will start in his place.
INJURY UPDATE: Peterson dinged
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