After having his appeal on his suspension denied, RB Adrian Peterson will miss the rest of the 2014 season, but should be fine in 2015.
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Suspended Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson will not have his suspension carry over into 2015, according to reports.
In the aftermath of a denied appeal on his suspension by the league for personal conduct violations stemming from an arrest in Texas for beating his son with a switch, Peterson will reportedly be eligible to be reinstated by the league on April 15, 2015.
“His reinstatement would depend, of course, on complying with court and league conditions of counseling and no further incidents of misconduct,” NFL spokesman Greg Aiello told PFT by email on Saturday morning.
Last Sunday, ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported that, if Peterson loses the appeal with three games left in the 2014 regular season, he could miss the first three games of 2015, pushing the total of games missed without pay to six.