Adrian Peterson could return to Cardinals after release

Aubrey Yates
March 12, 2018

There's been an expectation since January that the Cardinals would release running back Adrian Peterson as they start working on their 2018 roster and it seems that the day for that move has arrived.

After just six games with his new team during the 2017 National Football League season, the Arizona Cardinals are expected to release the all-pro running back, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.

He was acquired from the New Orleans Saints in October after David Johnson was placed on injured reserve with a broken wrist he suffered in Week 1.

After being traded to the Cardinals last season from the Saints, Peterson ran 129 times for 448 yards and two touchdown in six games. He missed the last two games. He also had nine receptions for 66 yards.

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He had games of 134 and 159 yards with the Cardinals but otherwise totaled 155 yards in the four other games before suffering a season-ending neck injury in Week 12.

Cardinals expected to release RB Adrian Peterson today, per source.

Last year, the Arizona Cardinals lost their best player during the first game of the season.

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