The Minnesota Vikings running back disputed several claims made in Sunday’s Minneapolis Star Tribune story on Peterson. The article comes as Peterson appears in court after being charged with child abuse.
“They have promoted a workplace environment that was conducive for success. At no time did I ever feel suppressed or that I could not be myself.”
Update: Vikings special teams coach denies Kluwe’s claims; Minnesota legislator calls for investigation. “All we can do is try to expose their behavior when we see it and call them to account for their actions,” Chris Kluwe says in a post on Deadspin.
The Fed is meeting again on Wednesday to discuss whether or not it should reduce its annual bond purchases. Not unlike Favre’s many retirements, you can never tell if the decision is real or not.
In a two-part episode, the USA football drama will deal with the personal and professional fallout of a closeted player deciding to come out. Chris Kluwe, the Vikings’ pro-gay rights punter, and Necessary Roughness producer Donna Dannenfelser talked about the NFL, homophobia, and gay players.
The NFL’s most outspoken punter…uh…speaks out.
It’s fine to laugh. She’s okay.
So, let’s say you dream of playing quarterback. Here’s Vikings playoff starter Joe Webb to demonstrate one thing you should never do.
This big Viking’s got some moves.
Adrian Peterson could break the record for most rushing yards in a single season this year. Plays like this are a big reason why.
This is hilarious and maybe reprehensible.