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Remember when we said yesterday that Adrian Peterson’s 2014 season is all but officially over? You can put the final nail in the coffin today, as court records show that AP admitted to violating his probation by smoking weed before a drug test on Wednesday.
The career of a professional football player is unlike most careers human beings pursue. The average length of service in the NFL is just over three years according to the NFLPA – a whole career come and gone before most players turn 27 years old.
Just because being suspended indefinitely from the NFL for allegedly beating your son isn’t enough, the Star Tribune put together a whole dossier on Adrian Peterson and his unheroic activity, and it’s not pretty.
Over the weekend, Chris Mortenson reported that Adrian Peterson’s 2014 season has “all but officially ended” and that the Vikings “don’t foresee Peterson in their future.” The report also says that Peterson is in denial about his prospects for playing this year and going forward. But AP’s Minnesota career is on the rocks for reasons beyond the fact that he’s an accused child abuser.
The Fox News host took a dark, unsettling trip down memory lane on Wednesday during a panel discussion on the Adrian Peterson alleged child abuse controversy.