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Adrian Peterson’s Dad Nelson Is Disappointed Vikings Didn’t Reach Out To His Son After Dalvin Cook Got Hurt

Adrian Peterson’s dad, Nelson Peterson, is not happy and is disappointed in Minnesota Vikings for not reaching out to his son when Dalvin Cook went down and got Hurt.

Here is what Nelson Peterson said via Awesemo:

“That’s disappointing to me,” he said. “He never heard anything from the Vikings and you go in and bring in a guy Adrian beat out in Detroit (in 2020).”

Nelson Peterson wanted the Minnesota Vikings to reach out to his son instead of bringing in former Lions RB Kerryon Johnson for a tryout.

Nelson Peterson might be upset, but let’s just remember Adrian Peterson for the glory days with the Vikings. Bringing him in now would be rile up the fan base, but I’m not sure the results would be worth it.

Let’s be honest. AD is a washed journeyman.

The only reason he is still playing is because he’s broke.

How did Adrian Peterson get in the hole and burn through his earnings? It’s hard to say, but his attorney spoke to CNBC and alleged that Peterson is the victim of a massive fraud. Saying that he trusted the wrong people and was taken advantage of by people he trusted. It’s not a new thing, unfortunately. Athletes at every stage in their careers have to trust those around them, and sometimes that trust is misplaced whether with family, friends, colleagues, or professionals. As it stands, Peterson is facing a suit in Pennsylvania for $5.2 million in debt with another $1.4 million in interest and legal fees, and has a judgement for $2.45 million in Maryland. That’s about $9 million, but where did the rest of it go?

According to a report from The Athletic, “A New York state judge has ordered Detroit Lions running back Adrian Peterson to pay a Pennsylvania lender $8.3 million on a defaulted loan, with interest adding several thousand dollars a day to the tab moving forward. The ruling came at the end of a hearing Wednesday in which Peterson did not send counsel.”

The report indicates that Peterson is unable to pay the loan back to the lender.

DeAngelo Vehicle Services sued the star running back two-and-a-half years ago, after Peterson borrowed $5.2 million in 2016

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