The Seattle Seahawks have committed Veteran-RunningBack Adrian Peterson for their Practice Squad. Head coach Pete Carroll announced on Wednesday.
We are curious if he can help us and bring us a bit, Carroll said and reported about the common time with Peterson. He's a player I've already known since his high school time — and I admired over the years. I was always disappointed that we did not get him at that time.
At the beginning of November, Tennessee Titan's Peterson had still committed to her Practice Squad. Since the same day Superstar Derrick Henry was set to the Injured Reserve list due to a foot injury, Peterson came unexpectedly quickly into the active squad. In three weeks, the 36-year-old came to 27 Runs for 82 yards and a touchdown. At the beginning of past week, the Titans then parted by Peterson.
Seattle also seems to want to wait for the first time what the future Hall-of-Famer and MVP from 2012 is still to be contributed. I have to wait and see how he beats outside, Carroll explained. I saw him on video recordings. He plays as hard and aggressive as ever, and I'm curious what he brings the club. He is also a fire and flame.
The Seahawks occupy only the 25th place of the league with 92.5 rushing yards per game. The reason for this is also the failure of your first Running Back Chris Carson, who has had to be missed and operated with a neck injury for week five. His substitute Alex Collins could only run more than 50 yards in seven games.
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