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The Giants’ struggling ground game could be a thing of the past.Former league MVP Adrian Peterson said Thursday that if the Vikings were to release him before next season because of his massive contract, the Giants are one of three teams the star running back would be interested in signing with.Peterson, 31, also mentioned the Texans and Buccaneers as teams he would consider if he becomes a free agent.“There’s a couple teams out there that I’ve thought about. New York was one of them that popped up, Tampa Bay, lot of different teams. I’m just throwing random names out there.” The seven-time Pro Bowler would make nearly million if he plays for the Vikings next season, with million owed to Peterson if he is on the roster on the third day of the league year, which begins March 9.While the former MVP and the team are still hinting at a possible reunion this year, there’s a real chance we’ve seen Peterson in a Vikings uniform for the last time.On paper, Minnesota won’t look a whole lot different next season compared to last season.During a recent family getaway in Florida, Yakes hopped in the car and drove more than an hour to have beers with a refrigeration technician he wanted to attract to Minnesota. “I’ve never, ever, had such a hard time trying to find people.” Nearly a decade after the U. economy collapsed and construction workers fled the industry, Twin Cities builders and contractors are in the midst of one of their busiest years.
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In jedem Fall war es bislang in der Free Agency auffallend ruhig, Peterson hatte lediglich einen ergebnislosen Besuch bei den Seattle Seahawks.
Kevin Yakes spends so much time trying to keep his Golden Valley construction firm staffed, he sometimes feels like a full-time recruiter.
Charles, who sits atop the league’s all-time yards-per-carry list, would’ve had a .2 million cap hit for the 2017 season and Peterson, who’s fourth all-time in yards per carry, would’ve counted for million against the cap.
Both teams freed up money to make moves elsewhere, but they did so by jettisoning the faces of their respective franchises.
Peterson ran the ball just 37 times for 72 yards and no touchdowns in 2016 before a meniscus tear in Week 2 erased most of his season.