For the second time this season, veteran runs again and future Hall of Famer Adrian Peterson is back.
As Chase Goodbread Noting to the NFL’s website, Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll confirmed Wednesday that the team has signed Peterson to its practice team.
The seven-time Pro Bowl selection remains available until the start of the campaign and until the Tennessee Titans catch him last month After starting ball carrier and former Player of the Year nominee Derrick Henry suffered a foot injury. However, Peterson barely made an impression, and the Titans give up on him last week after he accumulated 82 yards and hit the 27-take mark in three games.
36 years old ranked fifth on all-time fast javelin list with 14,902. Hall of Famer Barry Sanders is currently 4th with 15,269 yards.
ESPN’s Seth Walder notes that fans should keep realistic expectations of what Peterson can bring to Seattle or any team at this point:
https://www.yardbarker.com/nfl/articles/seahawks_sign_rb_adrian_peterson_to_practice_squad/s1_13132_36602600 Seahawks sign RB Adrian Peterson for squad training