If price is right, Patriots and Adrian Peterson could be a fit

Fantasy Impact Peterson's visit with Patriots Monday has concluded and the 32-year-old running back left New England without signing a deal. The Seattle Seahawks hosted him, but chose to sign former Green Bay Packers workhorse Eddie Lacy instead, likely for financial reasons.

This will be Peterson's second free agent visit since he was released by the Minnesota Vikings on March 9.

Beyond that the Patriots may be scared off because of Adrian Peterson's weird parenting skills is that this generation's best pure RUNNING back isn't that great of a receiving back, and isn't much of a pass blocker either. But, the 10-year veteran is fully expected to be on an National Football League team at the start of the 2017 season.

In a report by FanRag Sports, it was stated that with the Patriots, he will not have the "same workload" he had when he was with the Vikings.

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Adrian Peterson is getting a closer look from the defending Super Bowl champions. Considering that Doug Martin's status with the team is a mystery, it may be wise for the Buccaneers to at least consider Peterson.

Peterson tore his meniscus during the 2016 season when he played three games with 37 carries for just 72 yards. Adrian Peterson is most certainly the biggest name in the free agent market and, if he were to sign, he would be the biggest name on the roster below Brady. Peterson is the 16th leading rusher in National Football League history and is just a year removed from a 2015 season that saw him rush for 1485 yards and remain durable enough to play in every game that year.

The Patriots have already signed Swiss Army knife Rex Burkhead in free agency to add to their stable of running backs.