It's going to take more than a bucket of crab legs to stop Adrian Peterson from returning to the Vikings roster this season. Peterson—who is still rehabbing his left knee after tearing his ACL and MCL during Minnesota's second-to-last game in 2011—was rushed to the emergency room yesterday after having an allergic reaction to seafood. But, his coach Leslie Frazier says he's okay and will be back on the football field today to continue his rehabilitation.

"He's doing fine," Frazier says of Peterson, whose face swelled up yesterday afternoon shortly after he ate some seafood. "He'll pick back up with his rehab [Tuesday]. He's been cleared. Everything's back to normal now. Bit of a scare but he's fine now."

Good to hear. With everything that happened to AP in the offseason, it's nice to see him get over this hurdle relatively quickly. Now, lay off the seafood, dude. No sea bass for you!

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[via Shutdown Corner]