Adrian Peterson wants to remain in the NFL.
On Tuesday, during a segment on ESPN's 'NFL Live,' Peterson said that he'd be a good fit with the Packers, Rams, Panthers and Dolphins.
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Someone might want to remind Peterson that the Rams now reside in Los Angeles and not St. Louis.
In February of 2017, ESPN reported that the Cowboys might be interested in the Palestine, Texas native if he hit the free-agent market.
However, around that same time period, a team source told the Star-Telegram the Cowboys "would not be fit," for the Oklahoma product. The reason being that Peterson would likely demand too many touches from then-star rookie Ezekiel Elliott.
But as a member of the Saints last season, Peterson saw a decline in skills and much less playing time.
New Orleans eventually shipped the former All-Pro to the Cardinals for a conditional draft pick. Between the two teams, Peterson played in just 10 games, and only ran for 529 yards and 2 touchdowns.