Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson suffered a sprained foot during Sunday's loss to the Baltimore Ravens.

Peterson, who said he is experiencing pain in his mid-foot area, is scheduled to undergo an MRI on Monday after X-rays were negative. The NFL's reigning MVP said he does not believe the injury is season-ending.

"Not at all. You should've seen me in here, trying to get back out there," Peterson said. "I kept my pads on throughout most of the third quarter, until I finally was like, 'I'm not going to be able to go.'

"I'm just going to get the MRI done tomorrow, see what it says, and try to push to be ready to play."

Peterson was carted to the locker room after suffering the injury early in the second quarter of Minnesota's 29-26 loss.

Peterson was tackled by Baltimore's Arthur Brown on a third-down reception from Matt Cassel, and fumbled out of bounds as he tried to stretch for a first down.