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Peterson ‘all in' on full-throttle offseason

Adrian Peterson (Bruce Kluckhohn/USA Today)

Adrian Peterson has no plans to ease up on his workouts this offseason after going through a killer rehab and ending up with the best production of his season. Instead, he's hoping to include some of his teammates and push them.

At this time last year, Adrian Peterson was preparing for the fight of his life. A year later, we all know how that turned out, but it isn't the end of the run for A.P. He intends to take the lessons he learned from the grueling process of coming back from what many feared might be a career-altering or career-ending injury and pay it forward. In his sixth NFL season, when many were...

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