With the 2015 NFL draft concluded, it’s now all part of the history books. Prior to the draft, there were many hyped-up storylines in the buzz that some major trade action would go down at the draft.
However, as it stands now, five of the most over-hyped things we thought might happen did not occur.
1. Philip Rivers to the Tennessee Titans
There had been conflicting reports...
All 32 picks of the first round of the 2015 NFL draft have been used, and none of them were traded as part of a package for Adrian Peterson. Now that it seems all but certain that Peterson is stuck in Minnesota, he wants more guaranteed money. In an interview with Tom Pelissero of USA...Read More
Ben Dogra, the agent for Adrian Peterson, seemingly has accepted with the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft come and gone that his client will be a member of the Minnesota Vikings next season. And because of that reality setting in, Dogra has changed his tune, now suggesting that the team should feel obligated,...Read More
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The Minnesota Vikings would likely want either a first-round or second-round pick in this year’s NFL draft (and then some) if they decide to trade Adrian Peterson, so there isn’t a lot of time left to make a deal. That doesn’t mean Peterson won’t be dealt. During an appearance on the “Mike and Mike in...Read More
Adrian Peterson admitted on Tuesday night what is no longer a secret — he wants to play for the Dallas Cowboys. Peterson was in attendance for Game 5 of the Western Conference playoff series between the Dallas Mavericks and Houston Rockets, and Mike Leslie of WFAA Sports asked him about the rumored possibility that he...Read More
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson isn’t taking the quiet route when it comes to publicly expressing his desire to play for another team.
On the same day that the Vikings made it clear that they will not be trading Peterson, the 30-year-old running back told Mike Leslie of WFAA-TV in Dallas that it would be nice to play for the Cowboys.
Adrian Peterson – "It would...
The Minnesota Vikings are sure going out of their way to express what they want the public to believe their stance is regarding unhappy running back Adrian Peterson.
General manager Rick Spielman had this to say about the Peterson situation on Tuesday.
We can just end the Adrian Peterson stuff. Our position has not changed…we have no interest in trading Adrian Peterson.
Several big name players have trade rumors swirling around at the moment and with the 2015 NFL draft approaching the rumors are only intensifying. Here are a few trades that could make sense for each team.
The Minnesota Vikings trade Adrian Peterson to the Oakland Raiders for the 68th overall pick.
Adrian Peterson trade rumors won’t die down until either he finds a new home...
The Dallas Cowboys are reportedly not interested in making a trade for Adrian Peterson. Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reports that the Cowboys have no interest in making a trade for the 30-year-old running back. That could have something to do with Peterson’s age and the money he is still owed, or it could...Read More
Former Minnesota Vikings running back Herschel Walker is no stranger to blockbuster NFL trades.
The two-time Pro Bowler was involved in the biggest trade in modern NFL history when he was sent from the Dallas Cowboys to Minnesota for a bevy of players and picks that helped set up the Cowboys dynasty of the 1990’s.
Over 25 years removed from that trade, Walker is speaking up...