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WR Childs inspired by Peterson's comeback

Greg Childs (Bruce Kluckhohn/US Presswire)

Greg Childs and Adrian Peterson had different kinds of knee injuries, but Childs is hoping to work out with Peterson this offseason and talked about his progress so far after tearing both patellar tendons in August.

Receiver Greg Childs said he likes to do things people say he can't and he has picked quite the mentor for defying the odds. The 2012 fourth-round draft pick tore both patellar tendons Aug. 11 when he landed awkwardly on the second-to-last play of a live practice in front of 10,500 fans at Blakeslee Stadium. He had surgery two days later and has been working on his rehab ever since. Childs said... Recommended Stories

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