Adrian Peterson will take a free agent visit on Monday, and it's one that will send some shudders throughout the NFL.
We're nearly a month into free agency and the 2012 NFL MVP remains on the open market, potentially due to a combination of his hefty contract demands and the diminishing value of elite runners in today's league. The Bucs might need a running back, too, seeing as how they could cut ties with Doug Martin without taking a salary cap hit after he violated the NFL's substance-abuse policy a year ago and will be suspended for the first three games of the season.
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Peterson, 32, played just three games last season because of a torn meniscus suffered on September 18. With Dion Lewis, James White, and Burkhead, the Patriots lack a between the tackles runner. Peterson, 32, spent the first 10 years of his career with the Vikings, although he played just three games in 2016.
After returning to football following his 2014 suspension, Peterson played 16 games in 2015, rushing for 1,485 yards and 11 touchdowns. But he's also hit the age wall, so it remains to be seen what he might have left in the tank.