After the Minnesota Vikings announced early Wednesday morning that Adrian Peterson would be placed on the commissioner's exempt list and will be required to stay away from the team until his legal case is settled, questions arose about whether or not he would be paid during his time away.
The Minnesota Vikings put the ship into reverse by announcing early this morning that Adrian Peterson will be placed on the Exempt/Commissioner’s Permission list, basically he's been suspended, without being suspended, only in the NFL folks.
With all of the current controversy in the National Football League right now, it's not surprising that American's are taking a new look at the industry that generates almost $10-billion dollars a year - not counting second-tier profit centers. But - did you know that the NFL is a no…
It was the regular season home opener today at the temporary home of the Minnesota Vikings, TCF Bank Stadium, and despite the controversy, plenty of Vikings fans were wearing their #28 jerseys and supporting Adrian Peterson.
Minnesota Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson was indicted on charges of reckless or negligent injury to a child by a Montgomery County, Texas grand jury. The case stems from an incident where Peterson used a switch to discipline the child involved.