Peterson learns jersey change would be pricey

Adrian Peterson was apparently considering switching his jersey number to 23, until he found he'd be required to buy all of the jerseys already printed with the his current number 28 on them. In a series of tweets, Peterson suggesed it would cost him $1 million to change numbers.
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Adrian Peterson was apparently considering switching his jersey number to 23, until he found he'd be required to buy all of the jerseys already printed with the his current number 28 on them. In a series of tweets, Peterson suggesed it would cost him $1 million to change numbers.

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