Free agent running back Adrian Peterson used Twitter to try to silence the various reports indicating that his high financial demands are the reason he still doesn't have a job.Peterson wrote on Twit
Free agent running back Adrian Peterson says he remains unemployed not because he's asking for too much money, and not because teams aren't interested, but because he wants to find the right team for him, and that can take time.
Free agent running back Adrian Peterson took a moment to set the record straight on his free-agency hunt.
Reports have been circulating that the former Minnesota Vikings running back has yet to sign with a new team because he is asking for too high of a salary.
The Vikings announced on Friday that the team has decided to part ways with one of their former 2014 draft picks in defensive lineman Scott Crichton.
Scott Crichton and the Minnesota Vikings have parted ways after three seasons.
Free agent running back Adrian Peterson is still looking for a massive payday in 2017, according to one report.
Brian Robison is set to sign a one-year contract extension.
The first free agency in the 10-year career of running back Adrian Peterson continues, for good reason. He still wants to be paid more than anyone wants to pay him.
One of the big surprises as we move into the third week of NFL free agency is that Adrian Peterson is not only still available but that nobody's even really kicked the tires on the former Minnesota