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Adrian Peterson’s Father Discusses Suspension Ruling

It was reported earlier on Wednesday that independent arbitrator and federal court judge David Doty sided with Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson in his appeal of an indefinite suspension the NFL levied against him. Now that Peterson may very well be active again—pending an appeal from the league—the question now becomes whether he will return to the Vikings in 2015...
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21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Judge overturns Peterson suspension; NFL to appeal

So much for this being a slow time of the year around the NFL. As has been the case over the past several months, off-field issues are making headlines around the league. Hours after independent arbitrator and federal court judge David Doty ruled that the league could not apply the current personal conduct policy to Adrian Peterson stemming from his child abuse case, reports are...
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22 hours ago  |  Discuss

Following Adrian Peterson Ruling, Greg Hardy to Seek Immediate Reinstatement

The hits keep coming for the National Football League. In an attempt to show itself as the strong arm of the law, the league set into motion multiple suspensions under the new personal conduct policy relating to incidents that took place before it was implemented. We already know that the federal courts sided with Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson in his appeal of an...
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23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Adrian Peterson’s suspension overturned, but not yet reinstated

News broke earlier today that a US District Judge has overturned the suspension of Adrian Peterson. Peterson has been suspended since November 18th (after being inactive since week one) due to an “incident of abusive discipline” toward his son. Judge Doty has ruled in favor of Adrian Peterson. His suspension was lifted, source said. NFLPA motion granted. — Ian Rapoport (...
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Report: Judge rules against Adrian Peterson suspension

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has been reinstated back into the National Football League after Federal Judge David Doty overturned the indefinite suspension that the National Football League levied against him last season. Huge news: NFLPA's motion to vacate Adrian Peterson suspension granted — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) February 26, 2015   This is...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Adrian Peterson to be reinstated after judge overturns decision

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson will be reinstated by the NFL after a judge overturned the NFL’s decision to suspend him through April. Judge David S. Doty ruled in favor of Peterson after the NFL Players Association filed a motion to have the suspension lifted. As a result, Peterson is now officially active again....Read More
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Ten teams that should trade for Adrian Peterson

Three years ago, one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history hit the free agent market, as Peyton Manning was released by the Indianapolis Colts. This offseason, one of the best running backs to ever play the game is most likely available, as Adrian Peterson’s days with the Minnesota Vikings appear numbered. After missing most of last season due to a suspension that stemmed...
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What's next for Adrian Peterson?

A short time ago considering a future with Adrian Peterson wearing anything but a Minnesota Vikings uniform seemed blasphemous. Now the end is near, and it’ll come amid heated words and hurt feelings. An already deteriorating relationship hit a new low during the scouting combine when Peterson’s agent, Ben Dogra, had to be separated from Vikings vice president of football...
Via This Given Sunday
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Peterson's agent, Vikings official had altercation

The relationship between Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings could be going south in a hurry, and an event that reportedly took place at the NFL Scouting Combine last week may have been proof of that. According to Jason La Canfora of, Peterson’s agent, Ben Dogra, got into a heated verbal altercation with Vikings...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Adrian Peterson reportedly wants to play for Cowboys

Texas native Adrian Peterson has long expressed a desire to play for the Dallas Cowboys, and apparently the Minnesota Vikings know he wants to have a star on his helmet next season. Bleacher Report insider Jason Cole reports that Peterson wants to go to Dallas and that the Vikings are aware of his wish. However,...Read More
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

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