Adrian Peterson calls signing with Texans his 'dream scenario'

Report: Cardinals to release RB Peterson

Cardinals expected to release Adrian Peterson Monday

After just six games with his new team during the 2017 National Football League season, the Arizona Cardinals are expected to release the all-pro running back, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.

"Obviously being back home would be awesome". However, the roster move appears to be a cost-cutting decision, which won't prevent Peterson from re-joining the team next season. In an interview with TMZ this week, he hesitated when asked what his "dream scenario" would be for 2018 before admitting he has always thought about playing for the Texans. My family is here. "Being around her a little more during this time [in my life] would be even more a cherry on top".

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Peterson, 32, started last season with the New Orleans Saints, who traded him to Arizona in October. Peterson had a couple of impressive outings for Arizona, but wound up on injured reserve with a neck injury before the year was out. In those six games, Peterson had 448 rushing yards with no touchdowns.

Now he is hopeful there will be an opportunity to play close to home.

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