“It is disrespectful to be honest with you. It really is.”
Adrian Peterson says he’s fed up with NFL owners and GMs refusing to pay back their value … and now he’s telling it TMZ Sports He hopes that the game’s youngsters can change something.
As is well known, Peterson has not had many contract problems over the course of his career … he has earned over $ 100 million in 13 seasons.
But he saw other congestion get the shaft when it’s time for new contracts … and he tells us he’s tired of seeing it.
“I think the change will come,” says Peterson. “Me and Frank Gore continue to show the boys, ‘Hey, we’re valuable. We can also have 10, 14 years of careers, so you appreciate us as you would a quarterback, you know?'”
Of course there are still many running backs waiting for the tide to turn … Zeke Elliott As is well known, he had to hold back from the training camp to get his big job Dalvin Cook is now threatening do the same.
Derrick HenryIn the meantime, he is forced to play on the franchise day … during Alvin Kamara hasn’t received an overtime yet, despite playing a very sacred deal in his first three years in the league.
Peterson says he hopes all of this will change soon … and adds, “This young core of the back really changes the game for the better.”
“I have a feeling that you will continue to get such people, which will help add to the value of the running back position.”