Peterson also wants to help fantasy owners

Adrian Peterson has plenty of reasons to be excited about returning to the field this Sunday against the Saints. Not the least of which is his eagerness to help out the fantasy football owners who drafted him this year. Peterson said they've been giving him a hard time on Twitter.
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Adrian Peterson has plenty of reasons to be excited about returning to the field this Sunday against the Saints. Not the least of which is his eagerness to help out the fantasy football owners who drafted him this year. Peterson said they've been giving him a hard time on Twitter.

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