EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson and quarterback Christian Ponder are listed as questionable for Sunday’s game at Detroit.

Peterson returned to practice in a limited role this week for the first time since sustaining a high ankle sprain in Week 11 against Oakland. The Vikings’ leading rusher with 872 yards and 12 total touchdowns has missed two straight games.

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Ponder suffered a hip pointer last weekend against Denver and was held out of practice until Friday. Backup Joe Webb would start if Ponder isn’t ready.

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Receiver Percy Harvin was limited again on Friday after tearing a ligament in his finger during Wednesday’s practice. Harvin is probable for Sunday.

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