Cardinals Expected To Release Adrian Peterson


Palestine native Adrian Peterson is expected to be released by the Arizona Cardinals on Monday, according to ESPN. He adds, however, Peterson could still return to the Cardinals once he's cut.

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

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Suh was at one time a defensive superstar in the National Football League, though he gained a reputation for dirty play. In those six games, Peterson had 448 rushing yards with no touchdowns. He missed the last two games.

"I think I would want to play maybe four more years, four to five more years", Peterson told the St. Paul Pioneer Press last month. However, if Peterson can't find a team to sign him for a deal that he would like, the Cardinals could bring him back at a much lower price.

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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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