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Conflicting reports emerge regarding whether Adrian Peterson also has a torn LCL

The Vikings have acknowledged that running back Adrian Peterson has a torn meniscus. In the aftermath of the news that he’ll have surgery to repair the problem and could miss the next three or four months, ESPN has reported that Peterson also has a torn lateral collateral ligament (known as an LCL) in his knee.…
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