Castillo felt the same discomfort in his shoulder during tests Wednesday morning that he felt on Tuesday night, but insists that he could have played, the Boston Globe reports. “I was ready to go in today, whether it be defensively or to run,” Castillo. “It wouldn’t have been 100 percent but I did feel much better as the day went on today.”
Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer re-affirmed that Minnesota will not trade Peterson despite his absence from this week's OTAs. "He's really got two choices. He can either play for us or he can not play. He's not going to play for anybody else, and that's just the way it's going to be," Zimmer told Fox Sports North.
Busch appeared to have a car capable of contending for the win for the second-consecutive week at Charlotte Motor Speedway, but an untimely caution and necessary pit stop 20 laps from the finish would see the driver of the No. 41 Haas Automation Chevrolet SS for Stewart-Haas Racing finish 10th, kurtbusch.com reports.