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Fantasy Football Draft Prep: You might be worried about Adrian Peterson, but Mark Ingram isn't

Jamey Eisenberg spent some time with Saints running back Mark Ingram prior to training camp, and Ingram said he's not worried about a challenge from Adrian Peterson to his starting job.

Vikings Running Backs Speak Out – Ready to Start New Chapter Minus Peterson

Latavius Murray, Dalvin Cook and Jerick McKinnon will be competing to be the Vikings starting running back, replacing Adrian Peterson. McKinnon is returning for his third season in Minnesota, Murray... The post Vikings Running Backs Speak Out – Ready to Start New Chapter Minus Peterson appeared first on NFL Gridiron Gab.

Dalvin Cook: I cannot compare myself to Adrian Peterson at all

The Vikings ended their working relationship with running back Adrian Peterson when they released the veteran early this offseason and part of the plan in the backfield with Peterson out of the picture is for second-round pick Dalvin Cook to have a big role in the offense. The team is certainly bullish on Cook’s potential…

Latavius Murray finds motivation in memory of friend

Vikings running back Latavius Murray was believed to be the successor to Adrian Peterson, until the team drafted Dalvin Cook. With Murray’s role now vague and undetermined, especially since he was unable to participate in the offseason program, one thing is clear — he finds motivation from the memory of a friend who died last…

New Orleans Saints: What Should Be Expected From Adrian Peterson? [Opinion]

Adrian Peterson has been one of the faces of the NFL since coming into the league, but has had injuries plague him over the last few years. The once feared and league-proclaimed best running back was cut loose by the Minnesota Vikings and allowed to seek a fresh start elsewhere. Show More Summary

Mike Priefer wants to use Dalvin Cook on kick returns

Adrian Peterson wasn’t the only player to leave the Vikings this offseason. They also saw Cordarrelle Patterson depart for the Raiders as a free agent, leaving them with an opening at kick returner to go with the one at running back that opened when Peterson was released. Viking special teams coach Mike Priefer wouldn’t mind…

2017 Fantasy Football Draft Prep: Which elder running backs will crush your Fantasy teams?

Marshawn Lynch, Adrian Peterson and LeSean McCoy are big name running backs, but Dave Richard cautions that their histories could lead to some big headaches in 2017.

Adrian Peterson: Doubt motivates me, even my own

Among the many things we’re looking forward to finding out during the 2017 season is how running back Adrian Peterson fits in with the Saints after spending the first 10 years of his career with the Vikings. There’s been a steady stream of laudatory words coming from New Orleans about how Peterson has looked on…

Jamaal Charles, Adrian Peterson in Top 4 yards per carry — for now

The list of NFL running backs with more than 1,000 career carries who have averaged more than 4.85 yards a carry is a short one: It consists of two all-time greats, Jim Brown and Barry Sanders, and two active players who are at risk of falling off the list, Jamaal Charles and Adrian Peterson. At…

2017 NFL Preview: It will be weird seeing Vikings without Adrian Peterson

Shutdown Corner is previewing all 32 teams as we get ready for the NFL season, counting down the teams one per weekday in reverse order of our initial 2017 power rankings. No. 1 will be revealed on Aug. 2, the day before the Hall of Fame Game kicks off the preseason. Show More Summary

Minnesota Vikings: Latavius Murray motivated by the presence of Dalvin Cook

The Minnesota Vikings are entering a whole new era for the franchise. For the first time in a decade, Adrian Peterson is not on the roster. To fill the void, the Vikings signed Latavius Murray as a free agent and traded up in the draft to select Florida State’s Dalvin Cook. Show More Summary

Latavius Murray: This is my time

The Vikings signed running back Latavius Murray as a free agent shortly after they released Adrian Peterson, but Murray’s time as the clear frontrunner to replace Peterson as the No. 1 back in Minnesota this season didn’t last long. Some could point to Murray’s ankle surgery as a reason, but the arrival of rookie Dalvin…

Adrian Peterson can't stop eating seafood in New Orleans, despite shellfish allergy

Peterson had a reaction to gumbo a few years ago, but is enjoying New Orleans' cuisine anyway

Adrian Peterson, allergic to shellfish, still enjoying NOLA's seafood

Adrian Peterson is enjoying his first couple months in New Orleans. (AP) Adrian Peterson makes his living crashing into defensive linemen and linebackers, so he probably has a good grasp on what is good or bad for his health. Still,Show More Summary

Adrian Peterson’s seafood allergy hasn’t stopped him from enjoying city’s food

Despite his seafood allergy, Adrian Peterson has seen his body fat rise since he arrived in the city known for its good food. The Saints running back said he has “been tearing … up” charbroiled oysters. “When I first got here they [tested] my body fat, and it was like 7 or 8 [percent],” Peterson

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