RB - SEA
Week 13 Outlook
The Seahawks have signed Adrian Peterson to their practice squad, according to Pete Carroll.
Peterson was recently released by the Titans after spending three games with Tennessee, averaging a paltry 3.0 yards per carry. Since Chris Carson's injury, the Seahawks haven't been able to get anything going with their ground game, as Alex Collins has largely been irrelevant. Peterson looked like he didn't have much left in the tank in Tennessee, and the Seattle offensive line has been getting pushed around. But he'll likely get the chance to start for a team desperate for offense. With a matchup against Houston in Week 14, Peterson is probably worth a stash if you're desperate at the running back position, with the hope and assumption that he gets elevated to the active roster before then.
Adrian Peterson is flirting with the Seahawks on a potential return to the NFL. No personnel decisions have been made by Seattle yet, and there will be more to come from this update.
Peterson has not signed, but even if he does sign he likely will not have much fantasy relevance. Deeper leagues could find value if Peterson lands on Seattle's roster. Peterson finished his time with the Titans with 27 rushing attempts for 82 yards and one touchdown.
The Titans waived RB Adrian Peterson.
Peterson hasn't looked as explosive as D'Onta Foreman or even Dontrell Hilliard as of late. This could be the end of the line for AP, who will go down as arguably the best RB of his generation.
Adrian Peterson rushed nine times for 40 yards in Tennessee's Week 11 loss to the Texans by a 22-13 score and also added two catches for four yards.
Peterson led the team in carries but split time with D'Onta Foreman and Dontrell Hilliard at running back. The veteran does not look to have much left in the tank and is no longer a workhorse back and is only worth adding in deeper fantasy leagues.
Adrian Peterson rushed eight times for 21 yards and also caught one pass for a negative yard as the Titans defeated the Saints on Sunday by a 23-21 score in Week 10 action.
Peterson split time at running back with D'Onta Foreman and neither player looked particularly impressive. Peterson is no longer the back he once was but should still see carries and could be used in the red zone and is worth rostering in deeper fantasy leagues.