Adrian Peterson: I have so much left

Crown Bank sues new Cardinals running back Adrian Peterson over $2.4 million loan

And while New Orleans may have given up on Peterson - Saints coach Sean Payton called the decision to trade Peterson "common sense" - the Cardinals' newest running back insists he can play another four or five seasons.

You could say Peterson, who rushed for 81 yards averaging three yards per carry this season with the Saints, was happy to leave New Orleans.

After being informed of the trade, Peterson said his reaction was to say "thank you, Jesus".

Over the first four games of the year, Peterson has made just a single start, but has more importantly failed to total double-digit carries in any contest.

"It was something that I was praying about. Are you listening to me?' But in the midst of that, I was still tuned in and locked in".

Peterson added that he "wasn't pushing to be moved, but I'd be lying to say I didn't want a change of scenery".

A lawsuit filed in Minneapolis accuses former Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson of defaulting on a $2.4 million loan. "The young guy was someone they were intrigued about, so he pretty much got the role".

Never really a receiving threat throughout his career, it makes sense that the Cardinals would utilize Peterson as a two-down back.

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