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First Take’s Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman react to the news that the New Orleans Saints traded RB Adrian Peterson to the Arizona Cardinals.

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NFL Week 4: Pepsi Rookie of the Week winner New Orleans Saints RB Alvin Kamara



New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara is the Week 4 Pepsi Rookie of the Week winner after his performance against the Miami Dolphins.

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Adrian Peterson Nine Snaps Video

 

Peterson says he didn’t sign up for nine snaps per game. By agreeing to be one of multiple tailback options in a pass-based offense, however, he did.

And it was obvious from the get-go that Peterson wouldn’t be happy with his role. Some (me) thought Peterson took whatever he could get (no one else was knocking on the door at the time), hopeful that once the Saints saw what he could do, they’d make him the top option in the running game and give the offense the kind of balance that the Vikings had in 2009, when Peterson teamed up with Brett Favre.

 

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