Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has twice in recent weeks expressed interest in joining the Giants — once directly and the other time indirectly. But the Giants have yet to return the favor, directly or indirectly. Paul Schwartz of the New York Post points out that the Giants have shown no interest in acquiring Peterson.…
Says one GM on Peterson: 'I can’t see there being much out there for him once the Vikings let him go'
Why would the Giants follow up last year's Josh Brown debacle by bringing Adrian Peterson into the building?
On the surface, Adrian Peterson’s flirt-tweet with the Giants seems to be a fairly obvious message to Big Blue. But the real recipients could be the team that wears purple. There’s no way the Vikings will pay Peterson $18 million in 2017. So then question becomes how much less will they offer him — and…
Adrian Peterson is paying attention to offseason moves.
The Giants cut Victor Cruz and Rashad Jennings earlier this week
Barring a revision in his contract, Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is due a $6 million roster bonus on March 11 on his way to having an $18 million cap hit for the 2017 season. The size of that number makes revision or release the realistic options for the Vikings. Peterson has said he’d like…
The Vikings aren’t likely to hang onto the 32-year-old running back and his $18 million cap hit this season. Adrian Peterson’s 32nd birthday is a month away, but by the time it March 21 arrives it’s likely that he won’t be a member of...Show More Summary
Vikings running back says he is watching what is going on in New York.
Adrian Peterson still is a member of the Vikings but might not be less than a month from now, when Minnesota can cut him and his $11.75 million salary for 2017. It’s probably the right move considering Peterson’s age (he turns 32 on March 21) and injury history (he had all of 37 carries in […]
Anyone can go on Twitter and opine about an NFL team’s offseason moves. That’s the beauty of social media. But when it’s Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson randomly chiming in on the New York Giants, that’s certainly a little more interesting than Ronnie from Denver saying the Broncos need to trade for Tony Romo. Show More Summary
Peterson can’t stop pitching himself to the Giants.
Every NFL team has had to say goodbye to a franchise legend at some point in time. Adrian Peterson is the best running back in Minnesota Vikings history, but his time wearing purple and gold seems to be nearing its end. As a runningShow More Summary
After a 13-3 season, first round bye, and home-field advantage with a rookie QB & running back, the Dallas Cowboys are easily one of the favorites for next year to possibly be in the same spot next year and for years to come. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Dallas could be adding two seasoned veterans […]
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was limited to just 72 yards in 2016, but has been one of the most productive players at his position in the history of the NFL. He has a large salary cap figure though fro 2017, and could be interested in a homecoming.
Great news for Vikings fans... Teddy Bridgewater's injury may not be as bad as people think -- so says Adrian Peterson. We saw AP leaving a Super Bowl party in Houston last night and asked how his teammate is doing after tearing his ACL and…
Running back Adrian Peterson’s contract with the Vikings calls for him to make $18 million in 2017, but there’s about as much chance of him playing for that amount as there is of man landing on Uranus sometime in the next six months. Peterson’s future in Minnesota is going to come down to whether or…
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson recently listed the Giants, Texans, and Buccaneers as three potential destinations, if his rights are released. During a Friday visit to PFT Live, Buccaneers linebacker Lavonte David discussed the possibility of having Peterson join the team. David initially downplayed the notion that the Vikings would cut Peterson loose, but then after some…
From Adrian Peterson’s Texas estate to Tom Brady’s new NYC condo The homes of NFL players are nothing but extravagant, featuring everything from private docks and 500-gallon fish tanks to multiple fireplaces and walk-in wine cellars....Show More Summary