Peterson, 32, still has one year remaining on his contract. The running back, who hasn't played since Week 12, missed the Cardinals' past two games with a neck injury that didn't seem to be healing.
It is reported that Peterson won't need to undergo surgery for the injury, although it could still spell the end of his time with the Cardinals. "Obviously, I'm disappointed about going on IR when my body is still able to produce, but I look forward to returning completely healthy for another season in 2018". He also caught 11 passes for 70 yards.
For Peterson, it's the story of his career.
He has 99 career touchdowns and is in 12th place on the National Football League all-time list for career rushing yards.
The Flu Shot Is Not Just About You
According to GCPH officials, getting a flu vaccine is the best way to protect yourself and your family from this serious disease. Rigler said it takes about two weeks for the body to react to the killed virus in the vaccine to build up an immunity.
Toyota and Panasonic to collaborate for electrification
Toyota alone is targeting the sale of 4.5 million hybrid vehicles together with 1.0 million electric and fuel cell cars by 2030. He added that auto companies could not tackle the issue of electrification all on their own and would need to look for help.
Samsung Notebook 9 (2018) unveiled: S Pen version in tow
The devices will be available in select countries starting in December 2017 in Korea, and in the first quarter of 2018 in the U.S. The new i7 processors are quad core and are expected to bring a significant boost in the performance of the devices.
Golf has finally gotten rid of its most unpopular rule
Come 2019, when the modernized Rules of Golf are scheduled to go into effect, the scorecard penalty will be dropped altogether. The PGA Tour, LPGA Tour, European PGA Tour, Ladies European Tour and the PGA of America are on board with the decision.
Geminid meteor shower will be at peak tonight
The remarkable display of meteors will break out over Earth in the late night hours between today and Thursday, December 14. This is because the constellation of Gemini - where the meteors appear to originate from - is quite close to the equator.