Adrian Peterson to visit Patriots on Monday

Posted April 03, 2017

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that Peterson will be visiting with the New England Patriots.

The former Vikings running back will meet with the team on Monday. He was suspended the remainder of the 2014 season after those child abuse charges surfaced.

This is Peterson's second free-agency visit of the off-season. Blount has expressed a desire to remain with the defending champs. The Bucs might need a running back, too, seeing as how they could cut ties with Doug Martin without taking a salary cap hit after he violated the NFL's substance-abuse policy past year and will be suspended for the first three games of the season.

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The team now has Dion Lewis, James White, Rex Burkhead and D.J. At this stage of his career, Peterson is ring-driven, having not won a Super Bowl during his 10 years with the Vikings.

Peterson, who ranks 16th all time with 11,747 rushing yards, tweeted last month his decision "isn't all about the money" and has said he would take a pay cut to sign with a contending team. When healthy, he's one of the best ever to carry the pigskin. Some fans are eager for him to become a Buc, while others believe that the age of 32, he may not have enough left in the tank.