Dallas Cowboys, Atlanta Falcons, Arizona Cardinals, Jacksonville Jaguars, San Diego Chargers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers interested in Adrian Peterson’s service

Adrian Peterson’s future team will not be known in the next two weeks, after the NFL Draft.

Peterson might end to Minnesota as the Vikings plan to keep him if they can’t find the best partner for a monumental trade according to St. Paul Pioneer Press.

“If he’s not traded next week, they’re going to keep him,” a source told the Pioneer Press.

While the Vikings want to trade Peterson because of his unwillingness to play with the team, the Vikings have not revealed what they are looking for in return. In this matter, it’s all mere speculations to say that the Vikings want a first rounder.

Peterson has three years left on his contract with the Vikings, with a base salary of $12.75 million in 2015. Everybody knows what Peterson is capable of on the field. He can reach 2,000 plus yards in a healthy season and help a team be in the winning situations.

It is reported also that six times are interested in the service of the Vikings running back, they are: Dallas, Atlanta, Arizona, Jacksonville, San Diego and Tampa Bay.

If Peterson isn’t willing to renegotiate his contract, then the Jags (over $35 million in cap space) and Bucs (over $25 million in cap space) would be in the best position to absorb Peterson’s cap, according to CBSSports.

When it comes to money matters, the Jaguars and the Bucs have the advantage in absorbing Peterson’s contract. However, what other teams could give up in return for Minnesota would the the heart of the matter.

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