Adrian Peterson returns to court in Texas Monday

Vikings running back Adrian Peterson will head back to Texas Sunday for a court appearance Monday morning over his alleged skirmish with police at a Houston nightclub last month. Peterson, who will miss training camp in Mankato to attend the procedural hearing, will find out whether the prosecution wants to go forward with the case and set a trial date, or drop the charges altogether.
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Vikings running back Adrian Peterson will head back to Texas Sunday for a court appearance Monday morning over his alleged skirmish with police at a Houston nightclub last month. Peterson, who will miss training camp in Mankato to attend the procedural hearing, will find out whether the prosecution wants to go forward with the case and set a trial date, or drop the charges altogether.

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