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ESPN : reported that Adrian Peterson among free agents connected to Seahawks

as declared in The Seahawks need to add a starting-caliber tackle, along with competition/depth on the interior.
Here’s a roundup of free-agency rumors and reports involving the Seattle Seahawks.
Fluker might not be an ideal fit, but given the Seahawks’ need on the offensive line, they’re likely to explore just about every option.
In an interview with the St. Paul Pioneer Press about his son’s options in free agency, Adrian Peterson’s dad, Nelson, said that the Seattle Seahawks have emerged as one of the leading contenders to land the running back.
Schwenke was on my list of 10 potential free agents the Seahawks could target.

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Adrian Peterson probably doesn’t have the big free agency market he says he does

Adrian Peterson probably doesn't have the big free agency market he says he does

Adrian Peterson dad on Raiders: “What we personally like about the Raiders is the offensive line.
If you’re to believe Adrian Peterson’s dad, there’s a market for his son that will yield big contract numbers when free agency begins.
That added three more potential contenders in the mix after Adrian Peterson told ESPN in January that he could wind up with the New York Giants, Houston Texans or Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Nelson Peterson told the St. Paul Pioneer Press in February that his son Adrian could land with the Green Bay Packers, Oakland Raiders or New England Patriots.
While Nelson Peterson is selling the idea that many Super Bowl contenders will be in the market for his son, the reality is that Adrian Peterson appears unlikely to receive even $4 or $5 million per year in free agency.

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Reality check awaits free agent Minnesota Viking Adrian Peterson

It appears, however, that Peterson is in for a reality check when the NFL’s two-day window opens, allowing teams to talk contract with other teams’ free agents.
MINNEAPOLIS—With NFL free agency unofficially beginning Tuesday, giving Adrian Peterson a chance to choose his team for 2017 and beyond, he might have more boxes he would like to check than serious suitors for his services.
And Peterson, who has been a part of one career playoff win, hopes to play for a contender with a good head coach and a good defence.
After teams huddled at the NFL scouting combine, no clear suitors emerged.
Reports have been about the teams he might be interested in joining.

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