Following the indictment on child abuse charges, the Minnesota Vikings proactively deactivated Adrian Peterson for Sunday's game against the New England Patriots. Following the game, team leadership and owners met to discuss the situation. Here is a statement from team owners Mark and Zygi Wilf this morning:

Today’s decision was made after significant thought, discussion and consideration. As evidenced by our decision to deactivate Adrian from yesterday’s game, this is clearly a very important issue. On Friday, we felt it was in the best interests of the organization to step back, evaluate the situation, and not rush to judgment given the seriousness of this matter. At that time, we made the decision that we felt was best for the Vikings and all parties involved.

To be clear, we take very seriously any matter that involves the welfare of a child. At this time, however, we believe this is a matter of due process and we should allow the legal system to proceed so we can come to the most effective conclusions and then determine the appropriate course of action. This is a difficult path to navigate, and our focus is on doing the right thing. Currently we believe we are at a juncture where the most appropriate next step is to allow the judicial process to move forward.

We will continue to monitor the situation closely and support Adrian’s fulfillment of his legal responsibilities throughout this process.

At this point, this translates to an end to the deactivation for Peterson until further notice. Unless something changes, he will be in uniform and with the team for their game against the Saints in New Orleans on Sunday.