Vikings Hopeful No Surgery Necessary For A. Peterson

Minnesota Vikings officials are hopeful that just-drafted tailback Adrian Peterson won't have to undergo surgery for the broken collarbone that he suffered last season and aggravated in Oklahoma's bowl game.

Some NFL teams had been wary before the draft that Peterson might have to undergo surgery. The Vikings selected Peterson with the seventh overall pick in the draft.

By Mark Maske |  May 2, 2007; 9:44 AM ET  | Category:  Vikings
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