The Minnesota Vikings will open their optional team practices this week without Adrian Peterson.
The idea of Adrian Peterson coming to Dallas is discussed infinitely more outside of Valley Ranch than inside. And outlets like TMZ, who know little about sports, keep the chatter alive.
“I don’t see that happening,” Cowboys COO Stephen Jones told 105.3 The Fan on Tuesday. But nobody necessarily mentioned All-Pro running back Adrian Peterson.
The Vikings started their spring strength and conditioning program on Monday. However, Adrian Peterson, in one of the surest bets of the offseason, stayed away from them.
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was notified on Thursday that he will be reinstated to the league as an active player effective Friday.
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson met Tuesday with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell regarding his reinstatement. The meeting last about an hour and a half.
Cowboys sources have explained to 105.3 The Fan why this is almost certainly not going to happen in the form of a trade. No, it’s not the legal and moral stuff; it’s a matter of football and finance.
The Cowboys won’t be pursuing a trade for Vikings superstar Adrian Peterson, citing among the reasons the team’s more disciplined approach to spending at the running back position and the running back depth in the upcoming NFL Draft.
How do we know the reports of a possible Adrian Peterson trade to Arizona have some validity?
Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings are still working on their relationship.
Adrian Peterson is about to feel what it’s like to be recruited again.
Sources say a federal judge has ruled in favor of the NFLPA’s lawsuit on behalf of Adrian Peterson to reinstate Vikings running back.