EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Adrian Peterson said he didnt lose no sleep and wasnt surprised resisting arrest charges were dropped in his hometown of Houston last week.
Talking at Winter Park for the first time since testifying in front of a grand jury, Peterson said Friday he is looking forward to continuing his MVP-type season when the Minnesota Vikings return to action in Chicago this weekend following a bye.
Peterson, who was arrested July 7 at a Houston nightclub for allegedly pushing an off-duty police officer and refusing to put his hands behind his head when asked, had his case dismissed last week. He leads the NFL with 1,128 rushing yards and said he hasnt been bothered by the ongoing case but is happy its behind him.
To be honest, its bittersweet for me, Peterson said Friday. I knew it was going to get dropped. Everything was false. Reports and everything, from all officers, had different stories. So I wasnt concerned. I wasnt bothered by it at all.
Peterson was one of five people...