Tensions continue to rise between Adrian Peterson and the Vikings
The relationship between the Minnesota Vikings and Adrian Peterson took yet another nasty turn after the player’s agent was involved in a heated discussion at last week’s combine in Indianapolis. According to CBS sports Peterson’s agent, Ben Dogra, had to be separated from Vikings officials following an intense argument.
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The altercation took place with Vikings vice president of football operations Rob Brzezinski. Dogra apparently shouted at Brezinski and told him in no uncertain terms that Peterson would never play for the Vikings again. The incident reportedly happened in front of outsiders who were more than happy to spill the beans on the high-profile dispute.
The relationship breakdown between the two parties has reportedly been a result of Peterson feeling let down by the Vikings after his legal troubles. He was suspended and only played one game in all of last season following charges of child abuse.
Peterson and the NFLPA decided to take the case to a federal court, but unless they intervene in proceedings, Peterson can’t be reinstated in to the league until April 15 at the earliest.
The argument between the two parties at the combine was reportedly interrupted by former Tampa Bay general manager Mark Dominik. It was definitely an entertaining few minutes if you were one of the spectators who just happened to be there. You certainly would have gotten more than you bargained for by going to the combine on that day.
All this tension and apparent feuding betweeen Peterson and the Vikings is leading everyone in the football world to the conclusion that the two parties will never be able to reconcile and Peterson will never play for them again. That’s certainly what Peterson’s agent Ben Dogra believes anyway.
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