In the past 48 hours, Adrian Peterson got a clear-cut message from the Minnesota Vikings that they weren’t trading him. Then, the running back made it clear that he was not skipping OTAs in hopes of a trade, and he wanted things settled with the Vikings. Show More Summary
Adrian Peterson and his agent don’t want to be with the Minnesota Vikings anymore. Head coach Mike Zimmer said Wednesday that the running back “can play for us. Or he can not play.” While the two sides got nowhere, Peterson went ahead and aired grievances through Twitter. He sounds like he really wants a trade. Read more...
Adrian Peterson took to Twitter on Thursday to express his frustration over criticism he is receiving while staying away from the voluntary portion of Minnesota Vikings' offseason.
Adrian Peterson took Minnesota Vikings Coach Mike Zimmer to task for a comment he made. The running back tweeted a “question for the people” about his, er, “a contract.” After Zimmer told the media on Wednesday that the 30-year-old can either play with the Vikings or not play at all, Peterson went online to ask, “Is a […]
Thursday afternoon, Adrian Peterson went on a nearly hourlong Twitter rant about his ongoing contract battle with the Minnesota Vikings, who aren't feeling especially generous with the admitted child-abuser. It was a vague, strange social...Show More Summary
The ongoing saga between the Minnesota Vikings and Adrian Peterson took another turn Thursday, as the Pro Bowl running back took to Twitter to express his frustration with NFL contract structures and ostensibly his own deal in Minnesota. Peterson...Show More Summary
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, in the midst of a dispute with Minnesota, used his verified Twitter account Thursday to vent about teams being able to void contracts while players are bound to those same deals. Here are Peterson’s thoughts on the subject, which were published one day after he told ESPN his absence from…
As news reports over Adrian Peterson haggling over his contract with the Vikings come out of Minnesota, the running back took to Twitter to (...)
Adrian Peterson has been cleared by the NFL, but he does not want to remain in Minnesota. The RB is 30 and doesn’t have much time left in the NFL. He’d like to be traded, but the Vikings are willing to move him. Because of this, he has reportedly considered retirement. That’s seems unlikely, but […]
The Dallas Cowboys have been involved in the rumors for an Adrian Peterson trade for months and months, but now they appear to finally be dead. On Wednesday, Minnesota Vikings’ head coach essentially gave Peterson an ultimatum, and the running back finally released a message that gave clarity on his future. Show More Summary
The running back claims he wants to make sure he remains a member of the Vikings beyond the 2015 season. The Minnesota Vikings began their organized team activities (OTAs) this week, but superstar running back Adrian Peterson was not among the players in attendance. Show More Summary
Elsewhere, one of the New York Giant's top pass rushers suffered a scary injury. As the Adrian Peterson saga stretches on into organized team activities, the Minnesota Vikings have begun to take a harder stance. According to Ian Rapoport...Show More Summary
Adrian Peterson has spent the last five months sending vague and sometimes ambiguous messages about his desire or lack thereof to remain with the Minnesota Vikings.
The Minnesota Vikings were once rumored to have Adrian Peterson on the trading block, but in a definitive statement the team has now quashed the reports and issued an ultimatum to the troubled running back. There have been problems between Peterson and the team dating back to his arrest for child abuse. Show More Summary
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson has been a disappointment in the NFL. Does Patterson need to have a big year in 2015? Is time running out for him in Minnesota? Watch as Bleacher Report NFL analyst Matt Miller discusses Patterson in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
The Adrian Peterson saga is leading to one of two conclusions, no matter how many alternate paths are suggested. And if there was any ambiguity about the situation, Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer laid them out very simply. "He's really got two choices: He can play for us. Show More Summary
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Running back Adrian Peterson's future with the Minnesota Vikings is very much up in the air, and if he ultimately decides that playing for the Vikes again is out of the question, retirement is reportedly on the table. According to Jason...Show More Summary
The Adrian Peterson saga in Minnesota continues on, and questions remain about his near future with the Vikings. What's the latest on Peterson's situation? What is the likelihood of a holdout? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Jason Cole discuss the latest surrounding Peterson in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
Adrian Peterson is eligible to return to the Minnesota Vikings, but he won’t be doing so when voluntary organized team activities begin Tuesday. The running back, reinstated by the league last month, has often chosen to skip the workouts and remain in his home state of Texas. Although the OTAs are voluntary, NFL teams prefer […]