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    Adrian Peterson's photo shoot

    [size=13pt]Adrian Peterson's photo shoot[/size]

    A behind-the-scenes look at Adrian Peterson's recent photo shoot for ESPN The Magazine's fantasy football preview.
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    Re: Adrian Peterson's photo shoot

    "VikingMike" wrote:
    [size=13pt]Adrian Peterson's photo shoot[/size]

    A behind-the-scenes look at Adrian Peterson's recent photo shoot for ESPN The Magazine's fantasy football preview.
    Left-footed punter, eh?
    Crazy spin on the ball that way!

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    Re: Adrian Peterson's photo shoot

    I really like how AD gets involved with the fans, he really is a good role model for youngsters.
    A lot of big name athletes would turn something like that down.
    Glad to hear he's still as classy as he was when he joined the league.

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    Re: Adrian Peterson's photo shoot

    "Purple_Jesus" wrote:
    I really like how AD gets involved with the fans, he really is a good role model for youngsters.
    A lot of big name athletes would turn something like that down.
    Glad to hear he's still as classy as he was when he joined the league.
    Would turn down what?
    Being on the cover of a national magazine?

    Yes, it was cool how he treated the guy - giving him the shoes and autographs and such.
    But I can't name a single "big name" athlete who would say "NO!" to the exposure.

    Especially if it didn't involve any travel.
    That photo shoot was at Winter Park, after all.

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    Re: Adrian Peterson's photo shoot

    The director of the video seems totally straight.
    Disclaimer: I'm an idiot.

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    "Zeus" wrote:
    "Purple_Jesus" wrote:
    I really like how AD gets involved with the fans, he really is a good role model for youngsters.
    A lot of big name athletes would turn something like that down.
    Glad to hear he's still as classy as he was when he joined the league.
    Would turn down what?
    Being on the cover of a national magazine?

    Yes, it was cool how he treated the guy - giving him the shoes and autographs and such.
    But I can't name a single "big name" athlete who would say "NO!" to the exposure.

    Especially if it didn't involve any travel.
    That photo shoot was at Winter Park, after all.

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    Didn't realize it was for the cover of the mag lol, thought it was just a fan article.
    I could name a handful of NFL players who would turn down a photo shoot with a fan because it's a waste of time to them, even if it was local I don't think every player in the league would do it.

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    Re: Adrian Peterson's photo shoot

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    The director of the video seems totally straight.
    haha

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    Re: Adrian Peterson's photo shoot

    They should utilize his puntin' skilz for 3rd down quick-kicks....a forgotten,
    but potent weapon for getting out of bad field position.

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    Re: Adrian Peterson's photo shoot

    "Zeus" wrote:
    "Purple_Jesus" wrote:
    I really like how AD gets involved with the fans, he really is a good role model for youngsters.
    A lot of big name athletes would turn something like that down.
    Glad to hear he's still as classy as he was when he joined the league.
    Would turn down what?
    Being on the cover of a national magazine?

    Yes, it was cool how he treated the guy - giving him the shoes and autographs and such.
    But I can't name a single "big name" athlete who would say "NO!" to the exposure.

    Especially if it didn't involve any travel.
    That photo shoot was at Winter Park, after all.

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    I think they offered it to Favre first, but he said "Naaah let Peterson have it, I've gotta get use to giving him things".
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    Re: Adrian Peterson's photo shoot

    "C" wrote:
    The director of the video seems totally straight.
    LMAO
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