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Cardinals Expected To Release Adrian Peterson

Cardinals Expected To Release Adrian Peterson

After just six games with his new team during the 2017 National Football League season, the Arizona Cardinals are expected to release the all-pro running back, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.

The expectation all along was that Peterson would be released before Friday, at which point he would've received a $750,000 roster bonus.

Peterson suffered a season-ending neck injury on November 26. It is also reported that Peterson can re-sign with the team later on. He'd merely be a backup if he re-signed in the desert, as David Johnson (wrist) was cleared for all activities in early February. He adds, however, Peterson could still return to the Cardinals once he's cut.

Adam Hall wins bronze at PyeongChang Paralympic Winter Games
The PyeongChang games have gone without a hitch so far as the world's best winter paralympic athletes have come together. Patmore won bronze in the 200m T46 in London and 100m gold at the Commonwealth Games in the same class eight years ago.

Peterson, 32, started last season with the New Orleans Saints, who traded him to Arizona in October.

Peterson has 99 rushing touchdowns, tied with Barry Sanders for ninth all time.

Peterson rushed for more than 1,200 yards in seven of his 10 seasons with the Minnesota Vikings, including a career-best 2,097 in his MVP campaign in 2012.


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