The NFL is slowly being acquainted to domestic violence after three recent altercations.
The Minnesota Vikings ownership and the NFL got a clear message from the people who control the revenue streams yesterday, marketing partners and politicians that perhaps they should make Adrian Peterson go away. The Vikings ownership is making Peterson
The Minnesota Vikings have taken back their decision to allow star running back Adrian Peterson to practice and play this week
Tuck and O'Neill give their thoughts on the Ray Rice, and Adrian Peterson domestic violence case.
Washington D.C. – Gov. Mark Dayton of Minnesota was in the Nation’s Capitol today raising money for his re-election campaign. However, he took time out to issue a statement on the Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson. He made
Adrian Peterson is facing another charge from a year ago to add to his child abuse accusation.
Matthew Sardo and Amanda Borges, hosts of The Power Hour, talked with sports psychology consultant Sandesh Bilgi about Adrian Peterson and the violent culture of the NFL.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is making headlines for something a parent never wants to be known for. Peterson allegedly abused his son and is now facing the consequences of his actions. Even though he can’t say much,
The Minnesota Vikings announced running back Adrian Peterson will fully participate in this week’s practices and meetings and is expected to play this Sunday in New Orleans.
The Vikings are not ruling out anything with running back Adrian Peterson, including the possibility that he may have played his last game in Minnesota.