More driving troubles for Adrian Peterson

This isn't Peterson's first driving citation. In 2009, Peterson was pulled over for speeding after being caught driving 109 mph in a 55 mph zone in Edina. After the citation, Peterson sent a message via Twitter, telling his followers to buckle up.
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This isn't Peterson's first driving citation. In 2009, Peterson was pulled over for speeding after being caught driving 109 mph in a 55 mph zone in Edina. After the citation, Peterson sent a message via Twitter, telling his followers to buckle up.

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