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Adrian Peterson: No More Switch Whooping For Me!
Adrian Peterson says he has realized the error of his ways and will no longer use a switch to discipline his kids, although critics say it's too little, too late.
In a new interview with USA Today, he says he understands why people are upset by Peterson whooping his son with a switch and vows not to do so again.
Adrian Peterson Suspended by NFL for Remainder of Regular Season
Go ahead and waive Adrian Peterson now, fantasy football owners. He won't be earning you any points for the rest of 2014.
The National Football League has suspended the embattled Minnesota Vikings running back for the rest of the regular season, approximately two months after he was indicted for child abuse.
Adrian Peterson Strikes Plea Deal, Avoids Jail Time in Child Abuse Case
Embattled NFL star Adrian Peterson just struck a plea deal in his child abuse case that will allow him to avoid jail time for whooping his son with a switch.
It was not immediately clear what he would plead guilty to, but it will be a lesser charge that does not carry any time behind bars, according to reports.
Adrian Peterson on Child Abuse Case: Let's Move it Along So I Can PLAY!
Adrian Peterson's attorney was in court today in an attempt to expedite his child abuse case, so that the suspended NFL star can get back on the field.
Peterson is not ducking the matter, that's for sure, having already admitted using a switch to discipline his son and offered a long, public mea culpa.
Adrian Peterson Slams Media, Tweets Denial of No Story in Particular ... Just in General!
Adrian Peterson thinks it's so sad that the public will believe anything reported in the media these days. What he's talking about remains a mystery, however.
The suspended NFL star apparently doesn't want to elaborate on the alleged falsehoods you may have heard about him, in case you haven't heard about them.
Adrian Peterson Accused of Using Charity Funds to Finance Sex Party
Just when you thought things couldn't get any worse for the NFL and Adrian Peterson, a new scandal has gone public today, as the Minnesota Star-Tribune is reporting that Peterson used funds from his Peterson's All Day charity to purchase alcohol and rent a hotel room for an all-night orgy that erupted in violence.
Adrian Peterson Tweets Inspirational Quote, Vows to Overcome Doubters, Distractions
Adrian Peterson is deactivated indefinitely from the Minnesota Vikinis a stunning development for one of the most prolific and talented athletes in professional football.
Having used a switch to "whoop" his son, age four years, until he bled so badly that Peterson's baby mama was concerned, the NFL star faces child abuse charges.
Reggie Bush on Disciplining One-Year-Old Daughter: I Try Not to Leave Bruises!
As the NFL slowly becomes nothing more than a safe place where young men can put on helmets to keep from being recognized by their mug shots, we look to the players who haven't been arrested for assaulting women or children hoping to find some insight and actual human compassion.
What we get instead is a whole lot of ignorant BS being spewed in interviews and on Twitter:
Adrian Peterson: Deactivated by Vikings, Banned from All Team Activities
You may wanna remove Adrian Peterson from your starting fantasy football team lineup, readers.
A couple days after saying Peterson would return to the squad and suit up for this Sunday's game against the Saints, the Minnesota Vikings have reversed course and placed the star on the NFL's exempt/commissioner's permission list.
14 Scandals That Made Us Ashamed to Be Sports Fans
This has been the worst PR week in the history of the National Football League.
Star Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has basically admitted to child abuse. Ray Rice knocked out then-fianee Janay Palmer with a punch, shedding light on other domestic violence cases in the NFL and the league's lax policy when it comes to alleged offenders.
Adrian Peterson Accused of Abusing SECOND Son, Admits Via Text to Car "Whooping"
Adrian Peterson has been accused of child abuse for the second time in less than a week.
According to a new report by KHOU, the Minnesota Vikings running back sent a different four-year old son back to his mother last June with a scar on his forehead.