• 周日. 1月 23rd, 2022
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Night net null Adrian Peterson said in May he could play until he's 40, but that doesn't necessarily mean he will.The Vikings running back told ESPN this week he might call it quits early to avoid the toll the Night net offseason takes on him. "Training camp, going through the grind, OTAs and all that — that will definitely be the deciding factor," he said. "Physically, body-wise, I'll be good. It's just mentally — like with OTAs, I'm out there practicing, I'm going, I'm putting in work. But it's so repetitive that it's more suited toward the young guys and getting them into the system. It gets kind of bori

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ng."PHOTOS: Kids take over Night net training camps Peterson says he gets "tired" from all of the training camp sessions, workouts and meetings. He says by the end of it all, "you don't want to do anything." He's not alone. Many veteran players have complained about the grind of training camp. In the book Night net Unplugged, several voiced their thoughts, including former All-Pro offensive lineman Kyle Turley."Training camp probably took five, 10 years off my career," he said.MORE: Bridgewater reminds Peterson of BradyThe only reason the veteran players could think of why training camp was needed for veterans is simply, "that's the way it's always been."Peterson joked, "Maybe in my next contract we can work out" not having to attend.

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