Adrian Peterson will visit the Seahawks a week after being liberated from the Titans, reportedly
By Adrian Peterson back to the field with Titan long-lived, only replaying three games in Tennessee before its pre-Thanksgiving release. But the former Pro Bowler player may soon have a new home. Just over a week after he was cut, 36-year-old Peterson is expected to visit Seahawks, as NFL Media’s Mike Garafolo reports.
Peterson struggled to get up to speed during his brief stint with the Titans, totaling just 82 yards and averaging just 3 yards per take as an emergency replenishment for the injured. Derrick Henry. Seahawks, however, can use any aid they can to attack. Russell Wilson has been ineffective since returning from finger surgery and he received almost no support from his ground match, with the starter Chris Carson out of season after neck surgery and back up Alex Collins and DeeJay Dallas provide minimum production.
If Peterson signs for Seattle, he will join the seventh team in six years. Long time Vikings star, seven-time All-Pro champion, three-time rush and one-time champion NFL MVP, possessed a prominent role for the last time in 2020, when he started 10 games for Lion with D’Andre Swift. Prior to that, the former first-round player spent two seasons in Washington, starting all but one there; and divide 2017 between Saints and Quantity.
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