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Discipline unlikely for Adrian Peterson after dismissal of char…

Discipline unlikely for Adrian Peterson after dismissal of charges

profootballtalk.com Updated Nov 15, 2012
Earlier this week, Vikings running back Adrian Peterson secured an important off-field victory, persuading a grand jury to not recommend formal charges of resisting arrest, stemming from a July incident in Houston. Under the league’s personal conduct po
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  • Hartman: Dayton knew fee for seats was in bill

    Hartman: Dayton knew fee for seats was in bill

    The governor is overreacting to the Vikings' survey of ticket holders about seat licensing in the new stadium.
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  • Packers-Lions: Tough task for Lions' D

    Packers-Lions: Tough task for Lions' D

    ESPN.com Nov 15, 2012
    Around here, we learned yet another lesson about the limits of conventional wisdom last week. Playing without leading receiver Percy Harvin, the Minnesota Vikings completed 75 percent of their passes and put up 221 passing yards in a 34-24 surprise over…
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  • Spielman mum on contracts for Frazier, Harvin

    Spielman mum on contracts for Frazier, Harvin

    profootballtalk.com Nov 15, 2012
    Whether he wants to talk about them or not, Vikings general manager Rick Spielman has two huge contract decisions to make this offseason. But Spielman was adamant he wasn’t going to discuss the situations of wide receiver Percy Harvin or coach Leslie Fr
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Sports Columnists

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    Nov 15
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