Fans are easy. They forget. Or, more exactly, they don’t want to remember. Great stats and championships are the greatest causes of moral amnesia.
“I know I could still play if I wanted to play,” Walker told WFAN co-hosts Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton on Thursday morning.
The key reason Peterson reported to the Vikings’ OTAs this week is the figure on the check he will see the day after the Vikings play their season opener.
Since the Rangers lost Game 7 to the Tampa Bay Lightning on Friday night, I have been in a funk. A sports malaise.
Adrian Peterson says he’s excited to put on a uniform again after missing the final 15 games of 2014 while addressing child abuse charges.
Adrian Peterson took to Twitter on Thursday to express his frustration over criticism he is receiving while staying away from the voluntary portion of the Minnesota Vikings’ offseason.
Safe to say, the guys aren’t having any of what Peterson is selling, and Boomer has a lot to say about the running back’s recent behavior.
If Jones is not willing to pay a king’s ransom, his dreams of putting Peterson in a Cowboys uniform will go unfulfilled.
Peterson’s agent has said the star running back wants to play elsewhere next season. But the Vikings say they have no plans to trade him.
Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings have reached a standstill in their professional relationship.
Don’t play them. Don’t sign them. Don’t even answer their agents’ phone calls. It’ll never happen. The teams don’t care, not really. Not when it gets in the way of a winning record.
U.S. District Judge David Doty issued his order Thursday, less than three weeks after hearing oral arguments. “This is a victory for the rule of law, due process and fairness,” the NFLPA said in a statement.
Peterson says he is “praying” about his future. He should be praying to be reinstated and begging for forgiveness for his heinous behavior.
As 2014 comes to a close, CBS Local Sports is looking forward to 2015 – where there’s hope for many sports possibilities and surprises in the new year.
The petition was filed Monday in Minnesota, where the NFLPA has often gone to contest labor matters with the league.