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Report: Adrian Peterson found glass in his food at Green Bay steakhouse

Vikings tight end Visanthe Shiancoe said on Facebook that Adrian Peterson found glass in his food at a Green Bay restuarant. Shiancoe wrote, "Every year that we play in GB we eat at Lombardi’s steakhouse as a team.. Ironically out of all people, Adrian has a huge piece of glass in his meal."
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Vikings tight end Visanthe Shiancoe said on Facebook that Adrian Peterson found glass in his food at a Green Bay restuarant. Shiancoe wrote, "Every year that we play in GB we eat at Lombardi’s steakhouse as a team.. Ironically out of all people, Adrian has a huge piece of glass in his meal."

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