• Peterson: College athletes should be paid

    Summary of 11 articles · Updated Apr 10, 2014
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Adrian Peterson misses point on paying college players

      There is no logic to the idea supported by Adrian Peterson that college athletes are being taken advantage of because they aren't being paid, writes Jeffri Chadiha.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Vikings' Adrian Peterson wants to prove he is a leader, nearly recovered from groin surgery

      Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson having to prove he is a leader is like Bill Gates demonstrating he has enough money to pay for dinner. It really does not need to happen. Peterson has rushed for 10,115 yards and 86 touchdowns during seven …
    • Peterson: Tuition not enough pay for college athletes

      Commenting on a hot-button issue, the Vikings running back says universities need to share their riches with those who play the games.
    • Vikings notes: Peterson 'not far off'

      The Vikings running back expects that he’ll be able to participate in the team’s voluntary offseason drills.
    • Adrian Peterson believes college athletes should be paid

      More and more people believe college athletes should be paid. A guy who would have made plenty of money in college agrees wholeheartedly. Peterson said during a Wednesday conference call with reporters that players “are the ones making these universitie…
  • Peterson knew it 'would be hard for anybody to duplicate' his ACL recovery

    Nearly two years after Adrian Peterson stunned the NFL and surprised the medical field by returning from a devastating injury, the Vikings running back’s left knee remains the standard by which all other surgically-repaired knees are measured.

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