Agent Tells Vikings Adrian Peterson Will Never Play For Minnesota Again

Adrian Peterson's agent, Ben Dogra, told Minnesota Vikings vice president of football operations Rob Brzezinski that the All-Pro running back will never play for the team again, according to ESPN.

This happened during a heated exchange in which Dogra confronted Brzezinski at the NFL Scouting Combine.

Dogra and the Vikings have not commented on the incident at this time.

Peterson was suspended and placed on the commissioner's exempt list for almost all of the season as he dealt with allegations of child abuse, and even though the Vikings said they want Peterson back, he is still uneasy about returning to the team. He said the team's working with the NFL to put him on the commissioner's exempt list was "an ambush" and made him question how much support he had from the organization.

"It's hard to say [what my future will be]," Peterson said. "I love Minnesota. There are people that have had my back, and supported me. Last year, with the things that took place, had a lot of fans that supported me through everything. For the fans, I would definitely love to come back, but then again, it's a business, when it comes down to business, you can't get caught up in the loyalty to fans or to a team or anything like that.

"You know how it is in the NFL. I learned a lot through this process. I'm still uneasy, to be honest with you. I'm still uneasy about a lot of things that took place within the organization. Of course those guys ultimately supported me, and I'm grateful for that. But ultimately, with me being able to be on the inside and see how cards were dealt, how things were worded, this, that and the other, it's about protecting your brand, your organization, what you have built."

Peterson can't be reinstated until April 15.

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