Sources say a federal judge has ruled in favor of the NFLPA’s lawsuit on behalf of Adrian Peterson to reinstate Vikings running back.
Speculative reports that connect Adrian Peterson directly to his home-state Dallas Cowboys are premature; sources tell 105.3 The Fan that there has been no trade request involving the Cowboys.
There can be arguments about whether Dallas’ policy on not paying running backs “market value” (as it relates to DeMarco Murray) should be violated for a player of Peterson’s caliber.
NFL insider Jason La Canfora says the Cowboys and wide receiver Dez Bryant aren’t close in negotiations, which will inevitably lead to the team franchising its star receiver.
Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio gave Shan & RJ his breakdown of how he thinks Adrian Peterson could be joining the Dallas Cowboys football team.
The latest attempt by star running back Adrian Peterson to get back on the field will come in a federal courtroom.
As 2014 comes to a close, CBS Local Sports is looking forward to 2015 – where there’s hope for many sports possibilities and surprises in the new year.
The NFL Players Association filed a federal lawsuit Monday for Adrian Peterson, asking the court to dismiss an arbitration ruling that upheld the NFL’s suspension of the star running back.
Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson said that he’s already lost $4 million in endorsements and missed more than half the season while his child abuse case played out.
The NFL’s hard line on Adrian Peterson held up. The league-appointed arbitrator for Peterson’s appeal affirmed the unpaid suspension until at least next spring.
Adrian Peterson did not testify at his appeal hearing Tuesday and NFL executive Troy Vincent is scheduled to testify Thursday, according to two people familiar with the case.