After four years standing in the considerable shadow of Adrian Peterson, running back Toby Gerhart has opted to step out on his own. He’ll do so by joining the Jaguars, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media. A league source tells PFT that Gerhart’s three-year deal has a base value of $10.5 million, including $4.5…
Last night, we explained that the possibility of Vikings running back Adrian Peterson getting his apparent wish for the team to sign quarterback Mike Vick possibly hinges on whether quarterback Matt Cassel returns. With Cassel now back, Vick won’t be a Viking. And now we’ll all watch Peterson’s Twitter page for a potential reaction. Cassel…
Generally speaking, players without the last name Manning don't have a whole lot of say in the personnel decisions of NFL teams. Sure, they have opinions, but at the end of the day, those opinions don't really count. However, Minnesota...Show More Summary
Where will Michael Vick end up? Vikings running back Adrian Peterson would like him in Minnesota. Another possibility is the Jaguars, who are reportedly interested in the 33-year-old.
Before Vikings running back Adrian Peterson made an uncharacteristic public pitch for quarterback Mike Vick, the Vikings weren’t believed to be interested in signing Vick. Coincidentally — or not — Vick is now emerging as a potential option for Minnesota. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the Vikings could become very interested in…
Vikings’ RB Adrian Peterson announces that he believes free-agent to be Michael Vick will instantly make the Vikings a playoff team. Mike Florio believes Peterson stepped out of character to play the role of pretend GM.
Mike Florio discusses the hottest topics around the NFL, including the Colts’ new signing in D’Qwell Jackson, the Titans’ best option is to hold on and trade Chris Johnson and Adrian Peterson’s eagerness for Michael Vick speaks to the Vikings’ frustrations.
Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson took to Twitter yesterday and illustrated that he has perhaps lost his mind. The dynamic and productive running back proclaimed that if his team brought in free agent quarterback Michael Vick, they would be a playoff team. Excuse me? Vick is not heading to the land of 10,000 lakes. Quarterback […]
Michael Vick is a free agent this offseason, and Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson likes the idea of the dual-threat quarterback wearing purple and gold next season. Peterson has arguably been the best running back in the league for a few years now. Show More Summary
There's been speculation that Michael Vick could end up with the Jets, but Minnesota RB Adrian Peterson thinks the Vikings make more sense.
Michael Vick will be a curious player in free agency. Some team will scoop him up because they need a quarterback and he's probably the best one on the market. Adrian Peterson is already hoping that Minnesota is his landing spot. @MikeVick...Show More Summary
MINNEAPOLIS -- Admit it: You scoffed at Adrian Peterson's Twitter lobbying on Wednesday night for the Vikings to sign Michael Vick, didn't you? Vick hasn't played more than 13 games in a season since he was reinstated following his prison...Show More Summary
Michael Vick is looking for a new team and a chance at a starting job this offseason, which could lead to a conversation with the Vikings since they are in the market for a new starting quarterback. One member of the Vikings thinks that the two sides could make some beautiful music together. Running back…
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is recovering from groin surgery, his third offseason operation in as many years, but the Vikings aren’t worried his availability for the first minicamp of the offseason in April. Coach Mike Zimmer said Friday that Peterson is “doing great” in his rehab from the operation and that he should be…
INDIANAPOLIS -- Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson should be recovered from groin surgery in time to participate in the team's pre-draft mini-camp at the end of April, coach Mike Zimmer said at the NFL scouting combine on...Show More Summary
In today's Three and Out: Norv Turner wants to find new ways to get Adrian Peterson the ball; the Jets are looking to upgrade at wide receiver.
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Sometime in his first several days as the Minnesota Vikings' offensive coordinator, Norv Turner walked past a picture in the team offices of Adrian Peterson from his record-breaking 296-yard game during his rookie season. Show More Summary
The days of the workhorse running back may be over, but try telling that to the Seattle Seahawks or San Francisco 49ers. Tell Eddie Lacy that he's supposed to share carries in Green Bay. Tell Adrian Peterson he has to give up touches to Toby Gerhart. Show More Summary
MINNEAPOLIS -- Eight days after groin surgery, Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is making the rounds in New York City before the Super Bowl. He's been conducting interviews for a handful of promotions, headlined a Super Bowl party earlier this week and is hosting a comedy show featuring Chris Tucker in New Jersey on Friday night. Show More Summary
Norv Turner's extensive history with talented running backs suggests that the new offensive coordinator of the Minnesota Vikings will get the very best out of Adrian Peterson. Seemingly everywhere his 23 years of coaching offense asShow More Summary