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Report: Adrian Peterson Willing To Play For Vikings If They Guarantee Most Of His Contract

According to Jason Cole of the Bleacher Report, the question regarding Adrian Peterson right now comes down to how far he wants to push his situation with the Vikings to obtain what he’s looking for.

Peterson’s contract includes $250,000 to be paid this offseason, but he’s expected to skip the team’s workouts.

Cole mentions that in the event that the Vikings want to “repair” the situation with Peterson, they could guarantee most the remaining money in his contract and he would “happily” report to offseason workouts.

There are still issues between Peterson and Vikings president Kevin Warren, but Cole believes this situation is repairable.

However, Cole’s sources have said that there’s still a chance that Peterson could try to force his way out of Minnesota, depending on how far he wants to take this situation.

Peterson, 29, still has another three years remaining on his seven-year, $96 million contract that included $36 million guaranteed. Over the next three years, Peterson stands to make base salaries of $12.75 million (2015), $14.75 million (2016), and $16.75 million (2017).

As for his cap figures, the Vikings are looking at $15.4 million (2015), $15 million (2016), and $17 million (2017).

Peterson appeared in just one game for the Vikings and ran for 75 yards on 21 carries (3.6 YPC) while adding two receptions for 18 yards receiving and no touchdowns.


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They either guarantee AP’s money or he retires it’s really that simple!

Tanya Hightower
Tanya Hightower

Vikings may want to look into life without AP


Adrian may want to get ready for life after football.

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