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ADRIAN PETERSON RUMORS

Adrian Peterson is Staying in Minnesota

The latest addition to the Adrian Peterson rumor mill has come for a source closer to the situation than most. Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer responded to the Adrian Peterson trade rumors simply and as a matter of fact. The Vikings’ head coach expects Adrian Peterson to play for the Vikings this season, and for the remainder of his three-year contract.  Connor Orr...
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Arians won’t discuss Peterson: “That’s tampering, dude!”

Everyone in the country is discussing Minnesota Vikings’ running back Adrian Peterson. Everyone except Arizona Cardinals’ head coach Bruce Arians. Arians was asked flat out what the chances are of the Cardinals trading for the disgruntled Peterson. Firing right back at the reporter with an answer, Arians jokingly responded with this comment (via NFL.com). You’re trying...
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Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer: ‘We have no plans to trade Adrian’

In an increasingly contentious and very public back-and-forth between the Minnesota Vikings and the Adrian Peterson camp, Mike Zimmer again toed the company line and reiterated that the team has no intent of trading the running back … or at least won’t publicly be declaring it. Zimmer, speaking on Wednesday from the NFL owners meeting...Read More The post Vikings head coach...
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Vikings’ Mike Zimmer: “We Have No Plans to Trade Adrian Peterson”

Minnesota Vikings’ head coach Mike Zimmer made their plans for running back Adrian Peterson crystal clear when he was interviewed by NFL media personnel on Wednesday (via NFL.com). I’m not going to speculate on what he wants or doesn’t want. He’s under contract for three more years with us and that’s why you sign these contracts, and why you get these big bonuses. Zimmer...
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Cowboys reportedly interested in Adrian Peterson

The saga of one Adrian Peterson continues. Fresh off Peterson’s agent indicating publicly that it’s not in the best interest of his client to return to the Minnesota Vikings in 2015, comes this piece of information from ESPN’s Jane McManus indicating that the Dallas Cowboys are looking at Peterson for “the right price.”  This runs completely contrary to recent reports...
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Adrian Peterson’s agent Ben Dogra: ‘We want out of Minnesota’

Ben Dogra, the agent for Adrian Peterson, said in no uncertain terms on Monday that it is in his client’s best interests to start anew with a different team next season. “We want out of Minnesota,” Dogra unequivocally told USA Today‘s Jarrett Bell while making an appearance at the NFL owners meeting in Phoenix, Ariz....Read More The post Adrian Peterson’s agent Ben Dogra...
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Agent Ben Dogra does not want Adrian Peterson back with Vikings

The agent for Adrian Peterson made it clear in public comments Monday that he does not want his client to return to the Minnesota Vikings next season. “I don’t think it’s in the best interests of Adrian Peterson to play for the Minnesota Vikings,” agent Ben Dogra said at the NFL owners meetings in Arizona....Read More
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Adrian Peterson rode a camel at 30th birthday party

That moment when your client comes into his 30th birthday party on a camel! Sultan Style! #30AllDay #janedeux #arabiannights #adrianpeterson #janedeuxevents #houstoneventplanners A photo posted by Jane Deux Event Management (@janedeux) on Mar 22, 2015 at 11:42am PDT Adrian Peterson’s 30th birthday came and went over the weekend and the running back apparently decided to Article...
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Should Adrian Peterson return to the Vikings?

Football By Football was founded to give fans a player's point of view - insight into the game that actually comes from, ya know...in.   As a matter of probability, unless there's compelling reason to do otherwise, we're usually going to err on the side of the player in any debate or piece of news.  We understand the player's side of the table best.  To put it bluntly, players...
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Report: Adrian Peterson wants to play for new team

Adrian Peterson wants to play for a new team, according to a report. ESPN’s Ben Goessling reported Friday that he has been told Peterson “wants to play elsewhere.” Thought continued meetings between AP, Vikings were a good sign. But those have stopped. Was told today Peterson wants to play elsewhere. — Ben Goessling (@GoesslingESPN) March...Read More
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