Sport Angry Adrian Peterson yells at Sean Payton, gives him the death stare

04:55  12 september  2017
04:55  12 september  2017 Source:   Sporting News

Former Vikings RB Adrian Peterson wanted out in 2015, wants to 'stick it to them' in Week 1

  Former Vikings RB Adrian Peterson wanted out in 2015, wants to 'stick it to them' in Week 1 Peterson saw the writing on the wall in 2015 in Minnesota, and now that he's out and taking on the Vikings Week 1, he's ready to show off.“Of course I want to stick it to them," Peterson told the Minneapolis Star Tribune. "I want to stick it to everyone we play. But going back to Minnesota, playing the Vikings? Yeah, I want to stick it to them.

Now there's Adrian Peterson , and given everything that has transpired with Peterson in the past six months, I find myself genuinely surprised that we didn't discover he was an insane asshole years ago.

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Adrian Peterson may have received all of the attention before facing his former team on Monday night, but Stefon Diggs stole the show in Minnesota.

The veteran running back managed just 14 yards in the first half, while Diggs had 6 receptions for 63 yards and 2 touchdowns.

A seemingly unhappy Peterson appeared to yell at Sean Payton and give him a death stare late in the first half:

  Angry Adrian Peterson yells at Sean Payton, gives him the death stare © Getty Images

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ESPN said they did not know what Peterson said in the exchange, but it doesn't look good.

2017 marks Peterson's first season with the Saints, after playing his entire career with the Vikings.

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The Saints are not interested in dealing the veteran running back now, but that could change later in the season. There are teams like the Cardinals, who lost David Johnson with a wrist injury, and the Giants, whose running game has struggled the last two seasons, that could use a running back like Peterson. The seven-time Pro Bowler led the NFL in rushing three times and was the NFL MVP in 2012, when he ran for 2,097 yards.© (Getty Images) Adrian Peterson But he averaged fewer than 2 yards per carry last season in 37 attempts before suffering a season-ending knee injury.

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