Adrian Peterson missed Sunday’s Minnesota Vikings game after being deactivated because of an indictment on felony child injury charges.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson will make his first court appearance Wednesday in Texas on a child abuse charge.
The Minnesota Vikings have welcomed back running back Adrian Peterson to their team after the star player was indicted on Friday in Montgomery County Texas on felony injury to a child charges. Peterson turned himself in early Saturday and was released on $15,000 bond. He was deactivated from the Vikings roster for their 30-7 loss to the New England Patriots Sunday.
NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley claims that black parents in the South “whip” their children.
Minnesota Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson’s booking on a child abuse charge Saturday has created another crisis for the embattled NFL, already derided for not responding strongly enough to acts of domestic violence by its players.
According to law-enforcement sources, Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson beat his 4-year-old son with a tree branch as a form of punishment this summer, an incident that allegedly resulted in multiple injuries to the child. According to reports, Peterson has been indicted in Montgomery County, Texas for injury to a child.
Michael Irvin joined Mad Radio and they talked about Andre Johnson not getting a lot of snaps in the preseason, who should start at quarterback in Minnesota and Oakland, the new domestic violence rules in the NFL and Adrian Peterson.
Quarterbacks are breaking records left and right in the pass-happy NFL, but that makes high-caliber running backs all the more valuable. Many of last season’s top performers appear on this list, but keep in mind there’s usually a major bust or two, likely due to the heavy workload of the position causing a hangover effect.
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