CHICAGO (AP) – A federal judge in Chicago has set bond at $100,000 for former Bears wide receiver Sam Hurd, who was cut from the team Friday after being charged with trying to set up a drug-dealing network. At a hearing Friday, Judge Young Kim also ordered Hurd to surrender his passport and any firearms. Hurd must pay all of the $100,000 to be released. He’ll be tried in Texas, where the drug charges originate. Hurd was arrested Wednesday after authorities said he agreed to buy a kilogram of cocaine from an undercover agent. Vikings RB Peterson probable for Sunday EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. – Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is listed as probable to return to the lineup Sunday against the New Orleans Saints after missing the past three games with a high ankle sprain. Coach Leslie Frazier said Peterson’s ankle responded well to increased repetitions in practice this week. He hinted Peterson might not return to a full workload immediately on Sunday because of the missed time. Peterson said Thursday he was about 85 percent healthy. Quarterback Christian Ponder (hip pointer) was a full participant in practice this week and was listed as probable Friday. The Vikings listed linebacker E.J. Henderson (shoulder), cornerback Asher Allen (shoulder), defensive tackle Letroy Guion (ankle), receiver Greg Camarillo (concussion) and safety Jarrad Page (hip) as probable for Sunday. Broncos see Patriots as big barometer ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – The Denver Broncos haven’t been to the playoffs since 2006, so they’re in no position and certainly no mood to judge the quality of the opponents they’re dispatching with all this last-minute magic. The seven teams they’ve beaten during their incredible two-month run since Tim Tebow took over and started engineering second-half comebacks, however, have a combined record of just 39-52. With Tom Brady and the powerful New England Patriots (10-3) coming to town Sunday, the Broncos (8-5) see this as a chance to prove they’re not just a curiosity but a contender. Star cornerback Champ Bailey said the Broncos need to show it to themselves as much as anything. Titans QB Hasselbeck likely to start vs Colts NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Matt Hasselbeck will start for the Tennessee Titans against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, barring any setback. Hasselbeck practiced fully on Friday despite an injured left calf. He will be listed as questionable, but is expected to start. Titans coach Mike Munchak says Hasselbeck looked good and was able to do quite a bit. Hasselbeck was knocked out of last week’s loss to New Orleans in the second quarter when he pulled the calf muscle and began limping. That gave way to rookie Jake Locker. Locker did some work with the first team Friday, but is expected to return to a backup role on Sunday. Receiver Nate Washington also practiced on Friday despite an injured left ankle.