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    • Star running back Adrian Peterson only played in one regular season game due to his ongoing child abuse trial, with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell placing Peterson on the Commissioner's Exempt List indefinitely.Minnesota Vikings-Wikipedia
    • In the 2009 season, Adrian Peterson led the NFL with 1760 rushing yards, breaking the franchise record.Minnesota Vikings-Wikipedia
    • In 2005, his third season as head football coach, Dorrell was able get his first win against a ranked opponent, No. 21 Oklahoma, featuring Adrian Peterson.UCLA Bruins football-Wikipedia
    • Each team alternated punts on the next four possessions, until Vikings' running back Adrian Peterson went untouched for a 48-yard touchdown on a 4th-and-1, with 10:09 remaining in the fourth quarter.2015 Denver Broncos season-Wikipedia
    • However, on the final touchdown drive for the Sooners, star running back Adrian Peterson suffered a broken collar bone when he attempted to dive into the end zone to finish a tough touchdown run.Oklahoma Sooners football-Wikipedia
    • During the game, Newton also recorded the 36th career rushing touchdown of his career; over that span, only Marshawn Lynch and Adrian Peterson were the only players to record more rushing touchdowns since 2011.Cam Newton-Wikipedia

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