With Adrian Peterson behind him, practicing in pads for the first time in more than 10 months, and the Minnesota Vikings‘ new stadium less than a year from opening, team president Mark Wilf said on Tuesday he’s never been more optimistic about the team in the 10 years since his family purchased it. 433 more words
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MANKATO, Minn. (AP) — Adrian Peterson burst through the line of scrimmage and veered toward the sideline as he headed up the field.
Safety Robert Blanton had the Minnesota Vikings running back in his sights and eased off the throttle as he went in to “thud” Peterson, looking to deliver a cordial bump during the team’s first training camp practice with players in pads. 624 more words
It’s good to be the governor—especially if you’re a sports fan.
On Friday morning, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie appeared on WFAN’s “Boomer & Carton Show,” where he discussed the coming Eastern Conference Finals—the elimination game 7 that would determine whether the New York Rangers or the Tampa Bay Lightning would be headed to the Stanley Cup finals. 1,101 more words
The battle lines are becoming more clear in the continuing saga between Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings.
While the Vikings have made it clear over the last two months that they want the 2012 NFL MVP to play for the team in 2015, it is starting to look more like Peterson does not want to remain in Minnesota. 220 more words