Amidst growing public pressure, the Minnesota Vikings have changed course and deactivated Adrian Peterson, placing him on the exempt/commissioner's permission list and making him unavailable for the foreseeable future.
When Master Sergeant Joseph Martel returned early from deployment, he decided to surprise his son at a football game by dressing as an opposing player. The result is one of the purest displays of emotion you'll see this holiday season.
Adrian Peterson took the field for the Minnesota Vikings game against the Carolina Panthers this past weekend with a heavy heart, following the murder of his two year old son. But should he have played so soon after such a tragedy in his personal life?
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