J.J. Watt wants fans to know, not every NFL player is Adrian Peterson, Ray Rice or Greg Hardy. Some are good guys with good stories. “I think that there are a lot of players in the […]
If the Houston Texans have in place set guidelines for how to discipline players who get in trouble with the law, said players don’t know about it. In light of a recent flurry of player arrests and […]
After a day of public pressure from angry fans and concerned sponsors, the Minnesota Vikings have reversed course and placed star running back Adrian Peterson on the exempt-commissioner’s permission list, a move that will require him to stay away from the team while he addresses child abuse charges in Texas.
The NFL’s worst week ever for off-field issues started with the release of the second Ray Rice video that left Commissioner Roger Goodell’s competency and/or integrity in question. The week ended with the indictment and arrest of Adrian Peterson on child abuse charges. With so many issues swirling at once, there is a tendency to judge the entire league as criminals.
The Minnesota Vikings knew of the 2013 allegation that Adrian Peterson struck another son as a form of discipline when then organization decided to reinstate the All-Pro running back.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson will make his first court appearance Wednesday in Texas on a child abuse charge.
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.
Mike Meltser gives four picks before the start of the 2014 NFL regular season