Found February 02, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
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Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was hoping to change his number from 28 to either 23 or 21, but it looks like he’s not willing to pay the price of $1 million. Peterson said the following on Twitter, “So here is the deal with the number change! So I received a call and I was informed that I would’ve to buy all jerseys that’s been produced … Thus far! N the total amount that I would have to pay blew my mind!!!!!” We’re not sure who told Peterson he have to pay $1 million to change his number, but that doesn’t seem like a logical number. “When it comes to top sales ! Why in the hell do I have to pay a Million dollars to change my number! I don’t even get paid a million When it comes to top sales ! Why in the hell do I have to pay a Million dollars to change my number! I don’t even get paid a million  Dollars by my sponsors a year! Wow!!! “I have to pay a Million Bucks! Somebody’s winning in that situation & ITs not me! So clearly with that said I won’t be changing
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