NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported the Arizona Cardinals are expected to release the future Hall of Famer after he rushed for 448 yards and two scores in six games for them this past season.
It looks like time is running out for running back Adrian Peterson.
Peterson, 32, would be owed a $750,000 bonus on Friday, the third day of the league year, if he were still on the team.
Peterson suffered a season-ending neck injury on November 26.
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Peterson (neck), who will be released by the Cardinals on Monday, said he received a clean bill of health and intends to continue his career, Josina Anderson of ESPN reports. He spent 2017 playing brief stints with the New Orleans Saints and Arizona Cardinals. In four games for the Saints, he ran for 81 yards on 24 carries and caught two passes for 4 yards.
Last year, the Arizona Cardinals lost their best player during the first game of the season.
The 2012 NFL MVP sits second among active rushers in yards and attempts, behind Frank Gore.