NFL removes AP from exempt list

adrian peterson minnesota vikings suspension 2016 super bowl betting odds

MINNEAPOLIS, MN (The Spread) - The NFL has removed Vikings running back Adrian Peterson from the exempt/commissioner's list.

View 2016 Super Bowl Odds

Peterson now must maintain an "ongoing program of counseling and treatment as recommended by medical advisors" as a condition of his reinstatement. He's due $44.25 million over the next three seasons, although whether or not he stays in Minnesota has become a hot topic.

Arizona and Dallas have been mentioned as possible landing spots for Peterson if the Vikings decide to trade their star running back. There have been reports that Peterson wants out of Minnesota and is upset with the way the team handled his situation a year ago. That said, he may have to restructure his contract in order to land with a new team.

With the NFL draft right around the corner, Peterson's on-field fate for 2015 could be decided soon.

Want More From TheSpread.com? Follow us on Twitter and Facebook or Subscribe to Our News Feeds!

Recent NFL Discussions

Loading...

NFL Predictions & Picks

Thumbnail 2022 Super Bowl Futures Odds Despite the Buccaneers’ routing the Chiefs in Super Bowl 55, it’s Kansas City that has opened as the betting favorite to win the 2022 Super Bowl.
Thumbnail Super Bowl 55 Point Spread Prediction After opening briefly as a 3.5-point favorite for Super Bowl 55, the Chiefs have remained a 3-point favorite over the Bucs for most of the two weeks leading up...
Thumbnail Super Bowl 55 Over/Under Prediction The Chiefs and Bucs both rank in the top-5 offensively, but with a high total and rain in the forecast, will Super Bowl 55 go over the...
Thumbnail Patrick Mahomes SB Prop Predictions Is it a safe bet that Patrick Mahomes will go over his Super Bowl 55 player props for passing yards, attempts and touchdowns? Or will the Bucs’ stout defense...
Thumbnail Chris Godwin Super Bowl Prop Predictions Bucs receiver Chris Godwin has had an up-and-down postseason, but does he stand to go off against the Chiefs on Sunday in Super Bowl...

NFL Headlines