The hearing on whether to remove the judge in the felony child abuse case against Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson has been pushed back.
Prosecutors have filed documents to have Adrian Peterson arrested after the suspended NFL running back admitted to violating his bond terms by smoking marijuana.
NFL star running back Adrian Peterson’s child abuse trial date has been set for December 1.
A Texas judge has tentatively set a Dec. 1 trial date for Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson on a charge of felony child abuse for using a wooden switch to discipline his 4-year-old son.
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson arrived in a Texas courtroom Wednesday to face a charge of felony child abuse for using a wooden switch to discipline his 4-year-old son earlier this year.
Most NFL fans think Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson should only be allowed to play again if he is found not guilty of felony child abuse, according to the latest Associated Press-GfK poll.
A spokeswoman for Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson’s attorney says the NFL player plans to plead not guilty to a child abuse charge during his first court appearance in Texas.
Yes, Adrian Peterson said, the allegation that he struck his young son with a branch is true. No, he does not believe he committed a crime.
Despite all of the off-field troubles that the league has been facing recently, fans packed local sports bars on Sunday to watch and cheer for their favorite NFL teams.
Authorities in Minnesota have filed a petition seeking a protective order for the son of Vikings running back Adrian Peterson.
I’ve had a few thoughts after the intense reaction to my Adrian Peterson-Cowboys article that was posted on Wednesday September 17th.
With the Ray Rice video, Adrian Peterson’s child abuse charges, the lawsuit against Jerry Jones, and the league’s evolving drug policy — the NFL is taking a big public relations hit.