Peterson, the NFL's leading rusher, left in the second quarter after being tackled on an icy field.
It was a season high rushing total for Peterson, though he didn't reach the end zone.
Peterson passed the mark for Minnesota in the fourth quarter Sunday against Chicago in his 101st career game. Eric Dickerson got there in 91 games, and Jim Brown reached the milestone in 98 games.
Peterson, second in the league with 997 yards rushing, has been limited for three weeks with a groin injury and was held out of practice Wednesday and Thursday. But the reigning MVP will be "ready to roll" when Minnesota hosts Chicago and its 32nd-ranked run defense Sunday.
It's the third time this season he's rushed for at least 140.
Peterson spoke before practice on Thursday. He is taking it easy during the week to rest up and prepare for a game against the Minnesota Vikings' biggest rivals. The reigning NFL MVP says he has not considered taking a week or two off to heal up now that the Vikings are 2-8 and at the bottom of the NFC North.
Peterson won't match his amazing MVP season of 2012 but at least he found the end zone twice despite playing behind a pathetic o-line that is inept at blocking at times.
He has two TDs in the last two weeks of a trying season. This was his third 100-yard game this season.
Peterson turned in his fifth-worst effort as a starter in his career and this was not what fantasy owners had in mind against a winless team.
Peterson took part in the workout Saturday, and coach Leslie Frazier said there should be no problem with Peterson playing.