Adrian Peterson believes he has 4-5 years left

Adrian Peterson believes he has 4-5 years left

Adrian Peterson believes he has 4-5 years left

Adrian Peterson remains a big name, but none of our trio of Fantasy experts expects much from him in Arizona Wildcats - none have him inside of the top-48 even after his trade to the Arizona Cardinals Tuesday.

"I'm sure if they could flash back, they probably would have did things differently", Peterson said.

"Outside of the role that I played, it was a wonderful experience", he said. "Me and coach Payton we talked, the four weeks I was there, on Tuesday we were having a conversation". "I'm here now. Things have come full circle and I'm going to make the most of my opportunity".

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Saints rookie running back Alvin Kamara quickly established himself as a key player in the Saints offense and was named offensive rookie of the week following his 10 catch performance against the Dolphins.

When Adrian Peterson signed a two-year, $7.5 million contract (worth up to $15.25 million through salary escalators and incentives) with the Saints shortly before the National Football League draft in late April, the expectation was he would complement incumbent running back Mark Ingram, who had his first 1,000 rushing yard season in 2016.

Adrian Peterson stood on the sideline most of his time in New Orleans, rushing just 27 times for 81 yards through four games. So while he wished Peterson the best, he no doubt must have felt some pride as well that he never relinquished his leading-man role.

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"This is not my first rodeo", Peterson said. But it just doesn't matter to me. So it just is what it is. "He'll get to go out there and prove to everybody what he wants to prove to them, that he still can do this and that he still has a lot of juice in the tank". "Whoever it is, wherever I'm at, I'm always going to compete".

Peterson believes that you'll see him find more success than he had in New Orleans in his new number. "But it's a business, and it is what it is."?

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