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CONROE, Texas — Adrian Peterson is scheduled to start community service Wednesday in Texas and undergo counseling to determine whether the exiled Minnesota Vikings running back has a drug problem, according to court documents.
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — Still barred from communicating or negotiating with Adrian Peterson, Vikings general manager Rick Spielman vouched for the suspended running back Wednesday and said any NFL team would want him in its backfield.
MINNEAPOLIS — Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said Tuesday he would welcome back Adrian Peterson “if he gets his life in order” after the star running back served what amounted to a 15-game banishment for harshly punishing his 4-year-old son.
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — Chad Greenway’s questionable designation for Sunday’s season finale against Chicago at TCF Bank Stadium mirrors the veteran linebacker’s 2015 status with the Vikings.
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — It took several MRIs for the Vikings and linebacker Anthony Barr to learn that the damage plaguing his left knee the past month will require season-ending surgery.
MINNEAPOLIS — Sunday is the Vikings’ second clash with former teammate Percy Harvin but his first game in Minnesota since the firebrand receiver was traded in 2013. Harvin’s visit to...
NEW YORK — Adrian Peterson’s appeal of a season-ending suspension was adjourned Tuesday following a three-hour hearing in New York, with additional testimony scheduled and time dwindling for the exiled Vikings star to play again in 2014.
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Adrian Peterson was notified by the league Tuesday morning that he has been suspended without pay for at least the remainder of the 2014 NFL season.
MINNEAPOLIS — Adrian Peterson vs. the National Football League became official Monday, each side playing point-counterpoint with the Vikings in the middle.
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Adrian Peterson’s attorney said Wednesday his client made a mistake using a switch to discipline his 4-year-old son but has accepted responsibility for unintentionally injuring the boy and hopes the NFL and public will forgive him.