Adrian Peterson reportedly heading to injured reserve, faces uncertain future

Posted December 16, 2017

He ends the season with 529 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 156 carries.

The Cardinals are placing Peterson on injured reserve, the 32-year-old former NFL MVP and seven-time Pro Bowler confirmed in a statement Friday to ESPN's Josina Anderson.

In a statement, the running back says he's focused on getting better and looking forward to next season. Pelissero reported that Peterson won't need to undergo surgery for the injury.

Acquired from New Orleans on October 10, Peterson ran for 448 yards - 314 in his first three games - and two touchdowns on 129 carries and had nine catches for 66 yards for the Cardinals.

For Peterson, it's the story of his career. He spent his first 10 seasons in Minnesota, becoming the franchise's all-time leader in rushing yards (11,747) and touchdowns (97).

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The Cardinals are 6-7 this year and will play the Redskins on Sunday.

One of the greatest running backs to don a helmet might have played his last National Football League game.

Then, he fell back to earth, failing to rush for more than 79 yards over the next three games before suffering his neck injury. He spent the first four seasons (2012-15) of his career with the Denver Broncos after signing as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2012 out of San Diego State.

In a separate and expected move, the team activated long snapper Aaron Brewer from injured reserve.