03 April, 2017
Adrian Peterson will take a free agent visit on Monday, and it's one that will send some shudders throughout the NFL.
Adrian Peterson is coming to Foxboro for a free agent visit with the Patriots, a source has confirmed.
Peterson, 32, spent the first 10 years of his career with the Vikings, in which he rushed for over 1000 yards in seven of his ten seasons. Peterson could end up being the flawless replacement for LeGarrette Blount, who wasn't re-signed after his contract expired following the 2016 season.
At this stage in his career, Peterson surely is looking to join a club with Super Bowl aspirations.
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You may have noticed that Peterson has yet to sign with anyone even though we're about a month into National Football League free agency, so Whitfield's photos - plus comments by Bucs Coach Dirk Koetter that were laudatory of Peterson - set off speculation that Tampa Bay might be interested in hooking up with the former Vikings standout. With team owner Robert Kraft last week maintaining his strong stance against domestic violence abusers, with the implication Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon was off the table draft-wise, it's interesting if Peterson would even be allowed in, if it got that far.