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Adrian Peterson was considering changing his number, that is until he heard he'd have to pay over a million dollars to Nike to do so.
In a series of tweets Wednesday, Minnesota Vikings running back ranted over the fact that he was apparently informed that he would have to pay the jaw-dropping price of one million bucks if he chose to change his jersey number. Wait. What? It all started on Jan. 20, when Peterson tweeted that he was considering [...]
Former Minnesota Vikings quarterback Donovan McNabb isn't done with the NFL, JUST YET, as it's being reported that he's eyeing three NFL teams that would keep from retiring from football.According to NFL.com, McNabb, who's entering his 13th season in the NFL, spoke about his vision of staying in the NFL during an interview at "Super Bowl Live", on Wednesday...
What's in a number? Well, if Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson elected to change his jersey number, it was going to cost him $1 million.
With that in mind, Peterson ended his brief flirtation with the idea and kept No. 28 as opposed to pursuing No. 23.
Peterson explained his decision in a post on his Twitter account.
"So here is the deal with the number change...
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...
Adrian Peterson will still wear No. 28 for the Minnesota Vikings - for now.
The star running back said in a series of posts on his Twitter page on Wednesday that he balked at switching because he was told he would have to pay $1 million to buy out the unused inventory of the jerseys already produced with his current number.
The NFL says a player must apply to change his number...
During an interview with "Super Bowl Live", Donovan McNabb said he does not think he is done. The former Eagles, Redskins, and Vikings quarterback is still confident he can help an NFL team.
“I see three teams in the NFL, right now, that I feel like I can add a little bit of flavor to it from what they have,” McNabb said. “I won’t mention those teams. But, if the...
Minnesota Vikings punter and favorite local video game nerd (sorry, Meagan Marie), Chris Kluwe, dropped another recent guest article over at GameTrailers.com, a website which I believe offers much more on video games than just video game trailers. He has appeared again in a sub-article category called "Side Mission" where he espouses on a variety of different video game...
By JOHN HOLLER
The hiring of Brad Childress by the Cleveland Browns may look on the outside to be a team run by a West Coast offense man (Mike Holmgren) bringing in another to perpetuate the system. But it may go much deeper than that.
From the Vikings' perspective, all outward appearances would be that the main benefit of the Childress hiring is that he finally...
Adrian Peterson wanted to change his number from 28 to 23. But for a million bucks? The Vikings' star running back explained in an epic Twitter rant why that's outrageous to him.
BY ROY CUMMINGS The Tampa Tribune TAMPA – Free agent quarterback Donovan McNabb says there are three teams he believes he could “add a little flavor to’’ and would be interested in playing for next season. The Bucs should be hoping they’re one…
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has talked about changing jersey numbers, but he revealed today that he decided not to when he found out how much that would cost him. Peterson said he wanted to switch from wearing 28 to 23, which he thought he could do at the time that Nike takes over the…