Minnesota Vikings Controversial Adrian Peterson rejoins team on the OTAs on Tuesday to avoid losing $250,000? Dallas Cowboys are out of conversation

Controversial Adrian Peterson has finally decided to be with the Minnesota Vikings OTAs. The star running back told numbers of media outlets that he will return to Minnesota for practice.

Peterson deeply expressed the reason of his willingness to be with the Vikings. That is, The love of the game.

“I’m returning because I want to. I’m a part of this football team and I owe it to the guys I play with and to our coaches,” Peterson said. “I was planning on coming in this week, and I’m looking forward to getting back on the field. It’s what I love to do.”

“It’s time to move forward and put my energy and focus on preparing for the season,” Peterson told the Associates Press.

Behind the statements of Peterson is the $250,000 that would cost him if he doesn’t join the voluntary workout. Peterson expressed disappointments about his current contract, which has no guaranteed money at all.

Peterson told ESPN he has no intention to alter his contract for the 2015 season, and if possible he would be able to have some money guaranteed for 2016 and 2017 season. He added that he will allow his agent to do the work for him.

“I’ll leave those discussions to my agent, but any player wants to guarantee his future as much as possible,” Peterson said. “I’m focused on what I need to do on the field, what I need to do to prepare for the season.”

After being reinstated by the NFL in April, Peterson was not happy about how the Vikings lack of concern on him when in times of trouble. The running back was in several speculations on the Vikings trading him at the draft but nothing happened. Moreover, there’s the rumor about Dallas intention to acquire him but Cowboys owner didn’t pull the trigger.

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