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Minnesota Vikings superstar running back Adrian Peterson had a horrible week from hell as he lost one of his sons who was only two-years-old by the hands of Joseph Robert Patterson, 27, who has been charged with both, aggravated assault and aggravated battery. Patterson is the former boyfriend of the boys mother.
Peterson, who returned to the Vikings practice facility on Friday has said that he will absolutely play on Sunday and that he asks for his private matters to be respected. FFLockerRoom’s heart goes out to his son, everyone affected by this tragic occurrence as well as all kids who are abused. Remember people, adults are supposed to protect children, not hurt them or turn a blind-eye. Speak up and call your local authorities of any suspected child abuse today!
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Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson just recently found out that he was the father of the 2-year-old boy who was tragically beaten to death last week. According to a recent report from TMZ, Peterson believed it was true when he was informed he had fathered a love child from South Dakota, but he took […]
MINNEAPOLIS -- Only Adrian Peterson can know the emotions he was dealing with Sunday, playing an NFL game two days after hearing a 2-year-old son had died two days earlier.
Peterson faced reporters on Friday and said he was going to play Sunday for the Minnesota Vikings. The MVP running back never wavered. He was dealing with his grief in his own way.
"I was set on it,"...
Adrian Peterson would have been forgiven for sitting this one out.
Two days earlier, Peterson's 2-year-old son was killed in an alleged case of child abuse in Sioux Falls, S.D. The alleged assailant is in jail, and Peterson rushed to the hospital Thursday to see the child before vowing to play against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.
Even after his Minnesota Vikings were thumped...
Adrian Peterson's intensely personal decision to play in Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers two days after the death of his 2-year-old son never was a question in Peterson's mind.
"I don't ask people to understand my mindset and how I think" Peterson said after the game. "Anything that's bad I try to take good from it. That's the way...
The man charged with killing Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson's 2-year-old son had a history of violence, according to the New York Daily News.The report details how Joseph Patterson, 27, was charged with aggravated assault and aggravated battery of an infant Friday morning before authorities received news that the 2-year-old young boy had died from his injuries...
When dealing with the sports media and the information you sometimes seek, you have to be careful. With that being said this is simply a report and the details can’t all be confirmed at this time.
TMZ is reporting that Adrian Peterson’s two year old son is currently in critical condition in a South Dakota hospital, after he was allegedly severely beaten by the man dating the...
I have always been an Adrian Peterson fan, but after what he experienced yesterday, with his two year old child dying, it is hard not to root for him more. After the news broke, almost every football player, media person, and person with a heart sent out their condolences. For that, The Vikings back was […]
I’m bout to do work this weekend T…Adrian Peterson is back with the Vikings today at practice. Peterson spent Thursday in Sioux Falls, South Dakota tending to a “tragic” family matter. His two-year-old son is reportedly in critical condition after being severely beaten by the boyfriend of the child’s mother Wednesday night. We are praying for the little man.-TOAdrian Peterson’s...
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is dealing with an unspeakable tragedy. As most of you know, Peterson’s 2-year-old son was allegedly beaten to death earlier this week. Yet somehow, he has chosen to play against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday. Many have wondered how Peterson can possibly play this week given the emotions he […]
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson said on Friday that he fully expects to play against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday. Peterson has been dealing with what sounds like a family tragedy over the past couple of days, as his 2-year-old son was reportedly beaten by the boyfriend of the child’s mother and is in […]
According to ESPN's Josina Anderson, grieving Vikings halfback Adrian Peterson is expected to play Sunday against Carolina.Fantasy Spin:Peterson's 2-year-old son died Friday in South Dakota after he was allegedly assaulted by his mother's boyfriend. Players who have played with heavy hearts in the past have gone on to some incredible fantasy performances including Torrey...
Phil Mushnick is trolling again, and this time he’s trying to hurt feelings.
Mushnick has a reputation for being a super troll, a guy that stirs the pot up on any subject and is allowed to freely state any opinion he wants courtesy of the New York Post.
In his latest New York Post column, Mushnick essentially compares Peterson to Tiger Woods and Lance Armstrong in the way that...
Horrible news, but Chip Scoggins of the Minnesota Star Tribune is reporting that Adrian Peterson’s two year old son has died. @chipscoggins: Adrian Peterson’s son has died according to police. This is a sad day, please pray for Adrian and his family.
As the final seconds ticked down, Cam Newton walked across the field to find Adrian Peterson and offered a warm embrace.
It was a moment of comfort for Peterson, who was playing two days after his 2-year-old son was killed in an alleged case of child abuse in South Dakota.
Newton also comforted some anxious Carolina Panthers fans on Sunday with a performance more fitting of the...
Outside of Adrian Peterson and Christian Ponder, there are not many significant injuries for the Vikings. Peterson will start just two days after losing his son.
Christian Ponder will not start, but will be active even with a rib injury. He has essentially been benched for Matt Cassel, but we will see in coming weeks.
The rest of the injury report looks like this: