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.
Hours after reversing course and benching Adrian Peterson indefinitely, Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf said Wednesday that the team “made a mistake” in bringing back their superstar running back following his indictment on a felony child-abuse charge in Texas.
A former associate pastor of a church in Crandall, southeast of Dallas, is behind bars accused of indecency with a child.
A Dallas bar is taking a stand against the NFL, pledging not to show any games this season in response to the league’s recent domestic abuse incidents.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones reiterated his support for Commissioner Roger Goodell, saying the criticism of the league can be used to improve the NFL.
Eddie Reeves doesn’t shy away from it: as a child, he says his mother spanked him with switches or tree branches. But a child psychologist says in general, physical punishment is not effective.
Adrian Peterson is coming back to the Minnesota Vikings two days after he was charged with child abuse for using a wooden switch to spank his 4-year-old son, and the star running back said Monday he is not a child abuser and wants “everyone to understand how sorry I feel about the hurt I have brought to my child.”
The Minnesota Vikings have announced that star running back Adrian Peterson will practice fully this week and is expected to play Sunday in New Orleans.
Neighbors, former teachers, and community have said they are behind Adrian Peterson despite the allegations.
I’ve read hundreds of your reactions to the Adrian Peterson story and this is my conclusion: There is no set way to parent.
CBSDFW.COM has now confirmed through multiple sources the indictment of Minnesota Vikings star player Adrian Peterson.
Patricia Sanders can’t get the cries out of her head. She can’t even stop thinking about a 2-year-old girl left alone in a hot car on Labor Day.