Adrian Peterson Says He Is Heading To The SaintsThe Saints did not immediately announce the deal, but Peterson told ESPN in a statement that he's agreed to play in New Orleans.
Silverman: Older, Game-Changing Free Agents Remain AvailablePeterson is just one of several older free agents still available who could make a sizable impact for a needy team.
McAdoo: No Reason Geno Smith Can't Someday Succeed Eli ManningAs Eli Manning enters the twilight of his career, the chorus grows louder for the Giants to find his successor.
Newspaper, Columnist Apologize For Tying Adrian Peterson Case To SlaveryA Wisconsin newspaper and a columnist are apologizing for a piece that connected Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson's child abuse case to beatings suffered by slaves.
Report: Giants Won't Pursue Adrian Peterson In Free AgencyPeterson had openly expressed his interest in playing for the Giants, and New York coach Ben McAdoo said earlier this week that the team would take a look at the four-time All-Pro.
Silverman: NFL Lacks MLB's Classiness In Saying Goodbye To Star PlayersThree news items from Tuesday reveal just how differently the two top sports in our society go about their business.
Report: Giants Interested In Signing Adrian PetersonThe interest between the Giants and Adrian Peterson might be mutual.
Adrian Peterson Interested In Playing For Giants In 2017The four-time All-Pro running back is set to count $18 million against the Vikings' salary cap. Peterson will turn 32 before next season and is coming off a year in which a knee injury limited him to just three games.
Adrian Peterson To Undergo Surgery, Could Return In 2016Adrian Peterson will undergo surgery on his right knee to repair a torn meniscus but could return this season, Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said Wednesday.
Silverman: Peterson, McCoy, Bell Are At Head Of NFL's Running Back ClassIt’s time to give support to the importance of the running game in the NFL. Just a few years ago, the running game appeared to be a thing of the past, as it was all about the passing game and lighting up the scoreboard.
Vikings Blow Fourth Quarter Lead, Miss Field Goal In Loss To SeahawksThe Minnesota Vikings outplayed the Seattle Seahawks for three quarters. But, it only took three plays for the Vikings lose 10-9 Sunday at TCF Bank Stadium.
Taking Down Confident Minnesota Is Top Challenge For SeahawksWith their 20-13 win at Lambeau Field last Sunday evening, the Vikings exercised some demons, along with giving themselves a first-round home date this Sunday afternoon with the Seattle Seahawks.

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