Warrant Issued For Adrian Peterson's Arrest In Child Injury Case
Fox Houston reports that Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has been indicted in Montgomery County, Texas, for reckless or negligent injury to a child. A warrant has been issued for Peterson's arrest. The Vikings have deactivated Peterson for Sunday's game against New England.
New drug policy isn’t done yet | ProFootballTalk
On Friday night, the NFLPA announced that its board of player representatives had approved a new, comprehensive drug policy. On Saturday morning, both the league and the union have said that the new drug policy isn't finalized yet.
"Goodell Must Go" banners will fly over four stadiums in Week Two | ProFootballTalk
The stunning Adrian Peterson child-abuse case trumped what had been the biggest story of the week. But what had been the biggest story of the week could still be the biggest story of the weekend. According to Bloomberg.
Atlanta Falcons at Cincinnati Bengals preview: Week Two
After a fantastic, come-from-behind victory over the New Orleans Saints in week one, the Atlanta Falcons hit the road for the first time during the 2014 NFL season, as they head to Ohio to take on the Cincinnati Bengals in week two. The Bengals enter as the default favorite in the AFC North, based on preseason expectations and a 23-16 victory over the Baltimore Ravens in week one, and from a national perspective, Cincinnati is "expected" to topple Atlanta in their own building. Let’s take a look at the match-up.
Cincinnati Bengals plan to give rookie running back Jeremy Hill more carries - NFL - SI.com
Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson said the team is planning to increase rookie running back Jeremy Hill's workload, Cincinnati.com's Richard Skinner reports. Hill had four carries for 19 yards during the Bengals' Week 1 victory against the Baltimore Ravens. He was the team's second-round pick out of LSU
Jeremy Hill will be more in Cincinnati Bengals' mix - ESPN
You can't blame Jeremy Hill had he been upset Sunday evening when he boarded the Cincinnati Bengals' charter back from Baltimore. After all, the rookie who had been drafted to take BenJarvus Green-Ellis' place and to play alongside Giovani Bernard had barely been used in the season-opening 23-16 win. He was on the field for just 10 plays. His hands touched the ball only four times. If he was going to be mad, offensive coordinator Hue Jackson understood why.