Adrian Peterson is officially a free agent.

  • While it was once unthinkable that the Minnesota Vikings would ever part ways with the star running back D.K. Metcalf Jersey , a combination of factors has led to them releasing the one player that nobody thought they would ever release. Because it’s been a couple of years since Peterson has taken the field for a whole season, let’s remind you that Peterson is one of the greatest running backs of all time and that he has shown no evidence of slowing down aside from the seasons he missed due to injuries and legal issues. Peterson would be a welcome addition to any NFL roster.That being said Cody Barton Jersey , there are only a few teams in the league that truly need Peterson, have the resources to acquire him Josh Oliver Jersey , and actually should make the effort to sign him. That last part is the deciding factor. Of all of Peterson’s potential suitors, there are a select few teams which should actually do everything they can to sign him despite the fact that there are many teams in the league that could do so. These are the eight teams who should sign Adrian Peterson and the seven teams who should stay away. The Chicago Bears were interviewing Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Matt Nagy for their head coaching job.


    Nagy has spent 10 seasons working under Andy Reid in Philadelphia and Kansas City. He did not call plays until late this season , but has drawn praise for his work with Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith. In Chicago, he would be trying to develop No. 2 overall draft pick Mitchell Trubisky.

    The Chiefs won the AFC West Ryquell Armstead Jersey , only to blow an 18-point halftime lead in a playoff loss to Tennessee on Saturday. The Bears met with Nagy in Kansas City on Sunday.

    Chicago has also interviewed Philadelphia quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo, Minnesota and New England offensive coordinators Pat Shurmur and Josh McDaniels , Vikings defensive coordinator George Edwards and Chicago defensive coordinator Vic Fangio.

    The Bears fired John Fox after a 14-34 record in three years and a .292 winning percentage that ranks as the second-lowest in franchise history. They were 5-11 this past season.