After speaking with Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, Adrian Peterson started thinking about coaching after retirement. But for now, the 36-year-old running back still wants to keep running on the court.
Adrian Peterson joined the Seattle Seahawks training lineup in December but suffered a back injury after one game and was placed on injured reserve. The Seattle Seahawks were already out of the playoffs when they signed Adrian Peterson, but they thought the veteran would benefit the young running back. Teenager Rashaad Penny, who has played well since the arrival of Adrian Peterson, seems to prove this point.
Rashaad Penny rushes for 671 yards in the last five games, leading the league in the same period, and also completed 6 touchdowns. He also said that watching Adrian Peterson and learning from Adrian Peterson’s experience is very helpful.
In a game for the Seattle Seahawks, Adrian Peterson finished with a touchdown, tied with Jim Brown for 10th in the league. Adrian Peterson currently rushes for 14,918 yards in his career, ranking fifth in league history.