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It Took Only One Half For Adrian Peterson To Start Barking At Sean Payton (VIDEO)

When Adrian Peterson signed on with the New Orleans Saints, he was looking to resurrect his career after the Minnesota Vikings decided to move on from him. It took less than one half of football for him to start barking at head coach Sean Payton about getting more snaps, because he only got five of them […]
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